ACT Services include, but are not limited to:
Rehabilitative approach to daily living skills
Grocery shopping and cooking, purchase and care of clothing, use of transportation, help with social and family relationships, crisis management and counseling and psycho–education with family and extended family.
Assistance with daily structures
Leisure skills and recreational opportunities, help to find volunteer and vocational opportunities, provide liaison with and educate employers and serve as a job coach for clients.
Provide preventive health education, conduct medical screening, schedule regular healthcare visits, provide liaison for acute medical care, assure primary care needs are met and provide reproductive counseling and sex education.
Order medications from pharmacy, deliver medications to clients, and provide education about medication and monitor medication compliance and side effects.
Find suitable shelter, purchase and repair household items, develop relationships with landlords and improve housekeeping skills.
Budget planning, troubleshooting financial problem (i.e. help resolve debts, etc.), liaison with Public Trustee, assist with bill payments, increase independence in money management and advocacy and support to obtain and maintain benefits.
Using a problem–oriented approach, integrate counseling into continuous work, promote communication skills development and provide counseling as part of comprehensive rehabilitative approach.