ACTT

(redirected from Assertive Community Treatment Teams)
AcronymDefinition
ACTTActors College of Theatre and Television (Australia)
ACTTAircraft Total Time (aviation)
ACTTAssertive Community Treatment Teams
ACTTAssociation of Cinematograph, Television and Allied Technicians (UK)
ACTTAccreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, WI)
ACTTArkansas Cycle Touring and Training
ACTTAssociation of Classroom Teacher Testers (Montecito, CA)
ACTTAdvanced Communications Timekeeping Technology
ACTTAdvanced Centers for Technology and Training
ACTTASEAN Communication Team for Tourism
ACTTAffordable Computers and Technology for Tanzania (Moshi, Tanzania)
ACTTAir and Command Tactical Trainers
ACTTAssociation of Cinematography and Television Technicians
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aftercare linkage systems, assertive community treatment teams,
2001 The trouble with PACT: questioning the increasing use of assertive community treatment teams in community mental health.
Consumers have become job coaches, they have worked on assertive community treatment teams and they have run support groups.
Assertive Community Treatment teams with special training in substance abuse treatment were developed in seven catchment areas in New Hampshire.
* SF 2252 Mental Health and Disability (MH/DS) Services moved forward to further refine mental health redesign adding new required regional core services on or before July 1, 2021 that includes 22 assertive community treatment teams, six access centers, and intensive residential homes that serve up to 120 people.
* Ten new Assertive Community Treatment teams, six of which would be children's ACT teams (five have been made operational as of this date).
A four-year grant of $500,000 a year from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is making many of the general health services at The Providence Center possible, including implementation of In SHAPE as well as the presence of medical nursing staff on two of the center's assertive community treatment teams. The Providence Center received the grant in its second attempt to win federal funding support for its integrated care initiatives.
Group homes, Assertive Community Treatment teams, and community-based care exist neither in reality nor in concept.