Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)


PACT


Address:
6508 Dogwood View Pkwy d
Jackson, MS 39213

Phone:
601-362-2266

Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm

Hinds Behavioral Health Services Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is a team approach to providing comprehensive, community-based psychiatric treatment, rehabilitation, and support to people with severe mental illness. PACT teams are mobile, providing convenient and consistent care to individuals in a community-based or home setting three times per week. A PACT team including a Nurse Practitioner, Therapist, and Certified Peer Support Specialist will help tailor a rehabilitation and recovery focused treatment plan to an individual’s goals.

Eligibility

  • Adults living in Hinds, Rankin, or Madison county
  • Severe and persistent mental illness (schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders & bipolar disorder)
  • Multiple psychiatric hospitalizations or emergency psychiatric services in the same year
  • Significant functional impairments, such as difficulty with practical daily living tasks, vocational impairment, and housing instability
  • Qualifying populations: difficulty using “traditional office-based” outpatient services due to debilitating and on-going symptoms, co-existing substance abuse disorder, high risk of criminality or recent criminal justice history, and/or significant difficulty meeting basic survival/self-care needs.
  • Non-qualifying populations: primary substance abuse disorder, brain injury, intellectual disability, or other Axis II disorders.

PACT Referral Process

  • COMPLETE PACT REFERRAL FORM
  • HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS: provide the individual’s last history and physical (or psychiatric evaluation), psychosocial assessment, and three (3) most recent progress notes.
  • INPATIENT CARE PROVIDERS: allow time prior to discharge for a required face-to-face pre-screening.

PACT

Address:
6508 Dogwood View Pkwy d
Jackson, MS 39213

Phone:
601-362-2266

Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm

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601-362-2266