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SJHH ... / Health Services/ Mental Health & Addiction Services/ Mental Health Services/ Schizophrenia & Community Integration Service (SCIS)/ Brant Assertive Community Treatment Team (Brant ACTT)

Brant Assertive Community Treatment (Brant ACTT)

What this program does...

Brant ACTT (Assertive Community Treatment Team) delivers specialized community based services to people 18 years of age and older, within the county of Brant and Six Nations.

We serve people with complex physical, psychological and social needs due to severe mental illness (including schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, major depression, and bipolar disorder) accompanied by significant functional impairment, disruption of normal life tasks, periods of hospitalization, and need for psychotropic medication.

Brant ACTT Pamphlet

How this program helps...

ACTT provides comprehensive, individualized services to allow clients to gain or regain valuable and meaningful roles in the community. 

ACTT uses evidence-based therapeutic principles and approaches with the key goals of:

  • Reduction of mental health symptoms
  • Increased housing stability
  • Heightened independence
  • Greater life satisfaction
  • Improvement in employment and educational outcomes
  • Enhanced social and family relationships

Contact

Brant ACTT
99 Wayne Gretzky Parkway, Marquis House, Box 106
Brantford, Ontario, N3S 6T6
Tel: 519-752-2927
Toll-Free: 1-866-202-0171
Fax: 519-758-1971
 

Referral Process

Anyone, including family members and potential clients can refer an individual to the service by calling the office.  Admission to the ACTT program is based on an assessment of need and service capacity.

See our Admission Criteria

Copy of Brant ACTT Referral Form

Preparing for Your Visit

An appointment will be arranged for the person to meet with the representative from the team including the psychiatrist.

Any information that the person may feel is helpful for ACTT to know should be brought to the meeting, including a list of medication.

Having a support person or family member with you is also helpful.

Maps & Directions

Located in a free-standing building, Marquis House, on the grounds of the St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre, Brantford.
Entrance is located at Wayne Gretzky Parkway and Chatham Street.
Parking is available on the north side of the building. Ramped entrance.