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Transition Age Community Treatment (TACT) (formerly Youth ACT)

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Transition Age Community Treatment (TACT) (formerly Youth ACT)
People Incorporated
726 2nd Street Northeast
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Phone: 651-774-0011

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Adolescent and young adult transition program:

  • TACT (formerly Youth Assertive Community Treatment/ACT) serves:
    • Individuals aged 15-23 with a diagnosed (or diagnosable) serious mental health disorder
    • Families of youth being served by the People Incorporated TACT Team
    • Individuals in the community who have Medical Assistance or a Prepaid Medical Assistance Program (PMAP) 

TACT services:

Our TACT team provides community-based mental health services to adolescents and young adults who are struggling with functioning at home, in school, or in the community due to a serious mental health diagnosis. The team’s two therapists are trained in trauma therapy and also work to support the LGBTQ community. TACT’s goal is to improve mental health by decreasing hospitalization and incarceration for transition-age youth. TACT is an integrated community model, much like a mobile mental health clinic, offering wrap-around care for all areas of functional needs. 

  • Accessing community resources
  • Case management
  • Community collaboration with school, work, and legal needs
  • Crisis intervention
  • Psychiatric rehabilitation skill building
  • Licensed alcohol and drug counseling
  • Medication management (psychiatry and nursing)
  • Peer support
  • Vocational support

Need help determining if TACT is right for you?

Call Central Access at 651- 774-0011 to complete a brief eligibility screening. If deemed potentially eligible, a face-to-face interview will be scheduled.

The TACT Team currently has a waitlist.

Who is not a good fit for TACT?

  • Individuals who have a primary diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Individuals who have a primary diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Individuals who have severe developmental delays

 

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