Program for Assertive Community Treatment
AWARE’s PACT team offers a wraparound approach to mental health care. Our team provides medication management, individual and group therapy, substance use therapy, vocational rehabilitation services, community resource services, peer support, and nursing services. We provide clients the services they need to ensure they are able to manage their mental illness in a community setting.
PACT for people with severe mental illness
Our PACT team serves the Helena area. Stop by 616 Helena Ave. Suite 305 or call 406.449.3120 with questions or to make an appointment.
The PACT model to treating severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders is proven to be effective in keeping individuals at home and in the community and reducing the rate of commitment to inpatient facilities.
PACT offers intensive care with the goal of increasing independence, stability, and ability to functioning within the community as well as decreasing the frequency and duration of hospitalization, crisis services, and incarceration.
We meet with clients in the community, including client homes, public parks, coffee shops, public libraries, doctor’s offices, social service agencies, and homeless shelters.
Each person is met on a case-by-case basis with needs determining services.
To be eligible, a person should have a severe disabling mental illness (SDMI) diagnosis or be willing to complete a comprehensive clinical assessment with our clinical team.
Clients with standard Medicaid are eligible for this service.
For more information contact:
Jake Henderson, Service Director