Tennessee Chattanooga ACT

RHD’s assertive community treatment (ACT) program in Chattanooga, TN, is a transformative initiative backed by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. By providing opportunities for housing support, treatment, and support services to program participants, it is a crucial lifeline for homeless adults dealing with frequent incarcerations, hospital visits, and ongoing crises due to severe mental illness.

The ACT staff goes beyond treatment; they instill hope, forge connections, and nurture resilience.  Our registered nurses, peer support specialists, co-occurring disorder specialists, and psychiatrists take a holistic approach to meeting participants’ needs. The case managers are the steady guides, breaking down barriers, empowering individuals, and bridging understanding between tenants and property owners. By gently leading lives through challenges, Tennessee Chattanooga ACT shows that with support, futures can be rebuilt, and dreams can find their way back.

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Click here for the Tennessee Chattanooga ACT referral form.

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Program Start Year

  • 2022


  • Erica Corbitt, Team Lead

Contact Information

  • phone 423-654-7640
  • fax 423-654-7639
  • email [email protected]
  • location 5751 Uptain Rd. Suite 102
    Chattanooga, TN 37411