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Assertive Community Treatment for Transitional Age Youth (ACT-TAY)
Assertive Community Treatment for Transitional Age Youth
Ozark Center Assertive Community Treatment for Transitional Age Youth (ACT-TAY) is a transdisciplinary team dedicated to delivering a full range of high-quality services to individuals who have struggled with severe and persistent mental illness.
Those best suited for the ACT-TAY team are individuals between the ages of 16 and 25, who have difficulty interacting with traditional treatment providers, such as hospitals, day treatment programs and outpatient therapy.
- Psychiatric provider
- Registered nurse
- Qualified addiction professional
- Employment and education specialist
- Community support specialist
- Peer support specialist
- Program assistant
Core ACT-TAY Services
- Medication management and education
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Appropriate substance abuse interventions
- Assistance with completing benefit applications
- Help returning to school and/or finding gainful employment
- Assistance with housing, medical care and other services
- Building personal and professional support systems
- Crisis assessment and intervention
For more information, call 417.347.7450.