Psychiatric Services operates as a team of professionals to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.

You will have the benefit of working with our psychiatrists and mid-level practitioners based on your preferences and availability to meet your needs in a timely fashion.

Available Services

  • Evaluation and/or development of a plan to help you meet your goals for recovery.
  • Expert advice and recommendations on how to include medication in your recovery process.
  • Assistance with accessing financial and other benefits to help you afford medication or other recommended treatments.
  • Education and information on a broad variety of health and wellness issues.
  • Coordination of your care with other people or providers (for example doctor, case manager, family members) with your permission.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

ACT is an evidence-based model for individuals with serious mental illness who need extensive support to live independently in the community. Services are provided by an interdisciplinary team that includes a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, RN, master’s-prepared clinicians, advocates, and a peer support specialist. Individuals served on ACT receive all their behavioral health services from the ACT team. This allows services to be highly coordinated. Individuals served by ACT generally have multiple visits from the ACT team weekly, and these visits are tailored to the unique needs of the person served. Support from the ACT team is available 24/7 on call for mental health crisis and emergent needs.

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How do I receive services?

The first step to receiving services is to contact our Access Center at (269) 373-6000. The staff at the Access Center will do an initial screening to determine what services you qualify for and connect you to those services.