Case Management Program
The Case Management Program provides supportive and flexible outreach support services to individuals who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness with the goal of promoting wellness, independent living and reducing the frequency and duration of hospitalizations. Through community based moderate to intensive case management, workers provide support to ensure that an individual’s rights, dignity and independence are maximized.
The Summit ACT Team serves people over 18 years of age, who have mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder and schizoaffective disorder. The program is designed for those individuals who require intensive follow-up services provided in their own community.
Our services provide frequent contacts and assistance with activities of daily living, social relationships, employment, housing, medical, financial, legal or addiction issues. The ACTT also has the ability to assess, prescribe, dispense, administer, monitor and evaluate medications.
ACTT is a long-term program that assists clients in accomplishing a wide range of treatment, support, and rehabilitation goals. Our multidisciplinary team offers psychiatric, nursing, social work, occupational therapy, vocational, addiction, dual diagnosis, peer support and mental health worker expertise.
Referrals for our services can be made online through one-Link or please contact our ACT Team at (905) 847-3206 ext. 110.