The Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is a community-based, multi-disciplinary team which provides the treatment, rehabilitation and support services needed to enable adults with severe and persistent mental illness to engage in an individual process of recovery.
The team consists of a psychiatrist, nurses, Master's level clinicians, vocational specialists, addiction specialists, a housing specialist, and a case manager. This self-contained team organizes and provides all services in partnership with the participant. Most services are delivered in the individual’s home.
Clients benefit from:
- Intensive treatment
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Integrated medication management, counseling and support
- Structured alternative to hospitalization
- 24-hour/seven day a week triage pager support
- Care coordination - psychiatric and medical
PACT is a closed referral program, with the Department of Mental Health (DMH) and Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership (MBHP) being the only referring sources.