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2 Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Assertive Community Treatment is a set of intensive clinical, medical and psychosocial services provided by a mobile multidisciplinary treatment team. This service is for individuals living with a serious mental illness who require intensive services and supports and if, without ACT, would require more restrictive services and/or settings. ACT is a team-based service that is individually tailored combination of services and supports that may vary in intensity over time based on your needs and condition. Services include multiple daily contacts and 24/7 crisis availability provided by a team which includes psychiatric and skilled medical staff. The team also provides basic services and supports essential to maintaining your ability to function in community settings, including assistance with accessing basic needs through available community resources, such as food, housing, and medical care and supports to allow you to function in social, educational, and vocational settings. ACT services are based on the principles of recovery and person-centered practice and are individually tailored to meet your needs. ACT services are provided in your home or other community locations by members of the ACT team.

3 Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) MST is a family- and home-based treatment that strives to change how youth function in their natural settings home, school, and neighborhood in ways that promote positive social behavior while decreasing anti-social behavior. This Multisystemic approach uses an ecological model, which views the youth as living in a network of interconnected systems other than the home, decrease the adolescent s involvement with deviant peers and promote friendships with pro-social peers, improve the adolescent s academic and/or vocational performance, and manage the challenges presented by criminal activity that may exist in the neighborhood. Treatment teams typically consist of three MST-trained, master s level counselors who receive clinical supervision from an experienced, MST-trained mental health professional. Each treatment team provides services for approximately 50 families a year. The MST training curriculum consists of a five-day orientation training, quarterly booster sessions, weekly on-site clinical supervision for treatment teams and supervisors, and weekly consultation from a doctoral- or master s-level MST expert. MST targets chronic, violent, or substance-abusing male and female juvenile offenders at risk of out-of-home placement. The typical MST youth is years old, lives in a home that is characterized by multiple needs and problems, and has multiple arrests. As shown below, research-based models of delinquency and drug use indicate that family, school, and peer factors influence delinquent behavior.

4 Home-Based Services Mental health home-based services programs are designed to provide intensive services to children age 0-17 and their families with multiple service needs who require access to an array of mental health services. The primary goals of these programs are to support families in meeting their child s developmental needs, to support and preserve families, to reunite families who have been separated, and to provide effective treatment and community supports to address risks that may increase the likelihood of a child being placed outside the home. Treatment is based on the child s needs, with the focus on the family unit. The service style must support a family-driven and youth-guided approach, emphasizing strength-based, culturally relevant interventions, parent/youth and professional teamwork, and connection with community resources and supports.

5 Outpatient Therapy Individual/group therapy includes activities designed for the purpose of reducing maladaptive behaviors, maximizing selfcontrol, restoring normalized psychological functioning, reality orientation and/or emotional adjustment and re-motivation, thus enabling improved functioning and more appropriate interpersonal and social relationships. This includes psychotherapy, play therapy, behavioral treatments, solution focused and others. Family or couples therapy is conjoint therapy of a beneficiary and family member(s), or other person significant to the beneficiary for the purpose of improving the beneficiary/family function. Family therapy does not include individual psychotherapy or family planning (e.g., birth control) counseling. Family therapy is provided by a mental health professional.

6 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Targeted case management helps you design and implement strategies for obtaining goal-oriented and individualized services and supports. Services may include assessment, planning, linkage, advocacy, coordination, and monitoring to help you gain access to needed health and dental services, financial assistance, housing, employment, education, social services, and other services and natural supports developed through the person-centered planning process. Supports Coordination is ongoing services provided to insure that a full range of options is available to you and your family. This will include development of a treatment plan, and may involve linking to, coordinating with, follow-up of, advocacy with, and/or monitoring of DD specialty services, Behavioral Health Services and other community services/ supports as identified in the planning session. This also may include brokering of providers of services/supports, assistance with access to entitlements and/or legal representation, and coordination with QHP or other health care providers. These services are typically provided in non-office settings including your home, adult foster care, clubhouse, vocational program or in the community.

7 Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT) Jackson Recovery Technology, LLC 1200 N. West Ave., Ste. 400 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm, Weekends By Appt., 24-Hour On-Call Website: About Us: Your emotional healing begins today. You can begin finding ways to overcome the challenges in your current life without delay. Our caring experts are available to assist you right away. Recovery Technology is where your healing begins. Services: Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

8 Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Jackson & Segue, Inc. (IMPACT) 2301 E. Michigan Ave, Ste. 101 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm, 24-Hour On-Call Website: About Us: Segue staff believe that recovery is possible for everyone, and are committed to the idea that each person can lead a life that has purpose and is meaningful to them. Segue uses the principles of Person-Centered Treatment, which means that your treatment will be personalized to your wants, needs and desires. We pride ourselves on our creativity and our vast array of experience, bringing to you the treatment you deserve. Services: Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Dual-Diagnosis Treatment, Targeted Case Management Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

9 Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) Jackson & Highfields, Inc Clinton Rd. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Highfields is a non-profit organization providing quality services in Jackson and Counties through the LifeWays provider network. Services include Home-Based, Multi-Systemic Therapy, Parenting Wisely, and Wraparound. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Autism Spectrum Disorder Case Management Population Served: Children with Mental Illness

10 Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) Jackson & Integro, LLC 1200 N. West Ave., Ste. 300 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-W 8am-6pm, Th 8am-7pm, F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Since 1997, Integro has offered a range of evidence based specialized services to consumers age birth through adult and are individualized to meet your needs. Our Mission is to provide quality behavioral and physical services in a professional environment without discrimination, empowering our consumers to achieve and maintain their highest level of functioning. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Elderly/Disabled, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder, Veterans

11 Home-Based Services Jackson & Highfields, Inc Clinton Rd. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Highfields is a non-profit organization providing quality services in Jackson and Counties through the LifeWays provider network. Services include Home-Based, Multi-Systemic Therapy, Parenting Wisely, and Wraparound. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Autism Spectrum Disorder Case Management Population Served: Children with Mental Illness

12 Home-Based Services Jackson & Integro, LLC 1200 N. West Ave., Ste. 300 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-W 8am-6pm, Th 8am-7pm, F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Since 1997, Integro has offered a range of evidence based specialized services to consumers age birth through adult and are individualized to meet your needs. Our Mission is to provide quality behavioral and physical services in a professional environment without discrimination, empowering our consumers to achieve and maintain their highest level of functioning. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Elderly/Disabled, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder, Veterans

13 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Consumer Services, Inc. (CSI) 322 West Carleton Road, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-7pm Website: About Us: Since 2004, Consumer Services, Inc. and Taylor Life Center have provided consumers with services to help overcome behavioral health disorders, substance abuse issues, and other emotional concerns. Services: Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Co- Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

14 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Jackson & Highfields, Inc Clinton Rd. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Highfields is a non-profit organization providing quality services in Jackson and Counties through the LifeWays provider network. Services include Home-Based, Multi-Systemic Therapy, Parenting Wisely, and Wraparound. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Autism Spectrum Disorder Case Management Population Served: Children with Mental Illness

15 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Jackson & Hope Network Southeast 1200 N. West Ave, Ste. 800 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Hope Network serves children and adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse. We nourish recovery through a strengths-based, person-centered approach. Services: Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Elderly & Disabled, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

16 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Jackson Recovery Technology, LLC 1200 N. West Ave., Ste. 400 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm, Weekends By Appt., 24-Hour On-Call Website: About Us: Getting the help you need begins today. Our caring experts are available immediately to help you. Starting today, you can begin finding ways to overcome your current challenges. Recovery Technology is where your help begins. Services: Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

17 Targeted Case Management & Supports Coordination Jackson & Segue, Inc. (DREAMS) 2301 E. Michigan Ave, Ste. 101 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm, 24-Hour On-Call Website: About Us: Segue staff believe that recovery is possible for everyone, and are committed to the idea that each person can lead a life that has purpose and is meaningful to them. Segue uses the principles of Person-Centered Treatment, which means that your treatment will be personalized to your wants, needs and desires. We pride ourselves on our creativity and our vast array of experience, bringing to you the treatment you deserve. Services: Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Dual-Diagnosis Treatment, Targeted Case Management Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

18 Outpatient Therapy Jackson & Catholic Charities of Jackson, Lenawee & Counties 1522 Joy Ave. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-Th 8am-8pm, F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: At Catholic Charities, our goal is to make Jackson and Counties healthier, more compassionate communities by empowering individuals with the capacity and the desire to improve their quality of life. Since 1958, we ve lead the battle against the issues that plague so many in our neighborhoods. We provide an array of human services, regardless of faith or ability to pay; welcoming everyone with open arms and open hearts. Providing Help. Creating Hope. Serving All People. Services: Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness

19 Outpatient Therapy Consumer Services, Inc. (CSI) 322 West Carleton Road, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-7pm Website: About Us: Since 2004, Consumer Services, Inc. and Taylor Life Center have provided consumers with services to help overcome behavioral health disorders, substance abuse issues, and other emotional concerns. Services: Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Co- Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

20 Outpatient Therapy Jackson Family Service & Children s Aid 330 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-Th 8am-8:30pm, F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Outpatient counseling services for children, youth, adults, couples and families can focus on reducing depression and anxiety, promoting health from trauma and stress, and teaching interpersonal skills to improve lives. FSCA therapists specialize in treating trauma related issues. All treatment is customized according to specific individual and family needs. Counseling sessions may involve an individual, couples, or families. Services: Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

21 Outpatient Therapy Jackson & Highfields, Inc Clinton Rd. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: Highfields is a non-profit organization providing quality services in Jackson and Counties through the LifeWays provider network. Services include Home-Based, Multi-Systemic Therapy, Parenting Wisely, and Wraparound. Services: Multi-Systemic Therapy, Home-Based Services, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Autism Spectrum Disorder Case Management Population Served: Children with Mental Illness

22 Outpatient Therapy McCullough, Vargas, & Associates, Inc. 110 Reading Ave. Jonesville, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm Website: About Us: MVA have provided alcohol/drug and mental health counseling for the past 22 years. Our counselors have the skills and personal experience that will help develop a trusting bond in helping you. We can see you during the week and weekends, in the office or in your home if you don t have a way in. Services: Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

23 Outpatient Therapy Jackson Recovery Technology, LLC 1200 N. West Ave., Ste. 400 Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-5pm, Weekends By Appt., 24-Hour On-Call Website: About Us: Your emotional healing begins today. You can begin finding ways to overcome the challenges in your current life without delay. Our caring experts are available to assist you right away. Recovery Technology is where your healing begins. Services: Assertive Community Treatment, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Outpatient Therapy, Targeted Case Management, Supports Coordination Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Developmental Disability, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

24 Outpatient Therapy Jackson & Michael Vanderwalker LMSW ACSW CAAC-I 432 Wildwood Ave. Jackson, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Hours: M, Th-F 8:30am-5pm TW 8:30am-7pm Website: N/A About Us: Our clinical interests are Substance Use Disorders, Dual Diagnosis, Bipolar Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant and Attachment Disordered Children and Adolescents, Chronic Pain, Relationship Problems. Services: Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Children with Mental Illness, Persons with Substance Abuse, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

25 Outpatient Therapy Jackson Pauline Zdanowitz MA LPC Phone: (517) Hours: M-F 8am-4pm, On-Call Website: N/A About Us: Specialist in aging and in-home mental health counseling. Services available for individuals, couples and groups in aging issues, anxiety/panic, bipolar disorder, crisis intervention, depression, grief/loss, employment issues, pain management, relationships and stress. Services: Outpatient Therapy Population Served: Adults with Mental Illness, Elderly/Disabled, Co-Occurring Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorder

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