Baltimore Region Community ProgramsTitle: University of Maryland Division of Community Psychiatry: Programs in Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
Description: The PACT program is an intensive psychiatric treatment and case management program designed to provide services to adults, children and adolescents who have been unable to access treatment at an outpatient clinic due to the severity of their mental illness. The team is multidisciplinary and also has consumer advocates and family outreach workers who are involved in the delivery of services. Outreach and service delivery are tailored to the patients' needs.
The Safe Haven Shelter is a city wide shelter funded by HUD and administered by UMMS at which individuals with a history of homelessness and mental illness receive mental health services from any one of the city's mobile treatment teams.
Through the PACT's Representative Payee Program, social security funds of patients who receive mental health services from the program are managed. The program is designed to assist individuals who are unable to manage their own funds due to the severity of their mental illness or substance abuse.
Services Provided: Advocacy,Behavioral intervention,Clinical,Counseling,Mental health (community based)
Services Provided Other: Case Management, Entitlement management
Client type: Adults
Client Type Other: Dually Diagnosed
Physical Location: On Campus
School System Served:
Service Location: 701 W. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Program Timeframe: Continuous