RHD Delaware Services
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team is an interdisciplinary team that ensures a recovery-oriented system of care, with a full range of treatment functions, 24 hours a day, 7 days week. The program employs master’s and bachelor’s-level counselors, a registered nurse, a substance abuse specialist, a vocational specialist, a psychiatrist/APN, a peer support specialist, and program assistant. Team members work together with clients to promote symptom stability and appropriate use of medication; restore personal, community living, and social skills; promote and maintain physical health; establish access to entitlements, housing, work, and social opportunities; and promote and maintain the highest possible level of functioning in the community. This program is funded by and part of the system of public services offered by Delaware DSAMH.
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Individuals residing in Sussex or Kent Counties (up to and including Dover), who have a serious and persistent mental illness—such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, or bipolar disorder, can be referred to the ICM through the Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health. Intensive case management services are provided by an interdisciplinary team, based on their recovery model and tailored to each person’s circumstances, desires, and needs. ICM strives to assist individuals in reaching their goals while remaining as independent as possible. This program is funded by and part of the system of public services offered by Delaware DSAMH. Contact Us
Delaware Behavioral Health Residential
RHD Delaware Residential Programs provide 24/7 residential services to adults with serious mental illness. The four homes accept referrals from Delaware’s Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health to individuals who are approved for group home level of care. The program provides services utilizing a trauma-informed approach, along with other evidence-based practices. Support is focused on the areas of illness management, building skills of community living, maximizing quality of life, and reducing the need for inpatient hospitalizations. Residents contribute a portion of their monthly income toward room and board.