Applicants must meet
the following criteria to enter our program:
16 years of age and older.
a diagnosed serious mental illness.
to manage own medications.
financial resources to pay accommodation fees.
to enter into an agreement to participate in
programs, and assume responsibility in decision making.
Outreach Case Management Program:
Adults with a diagnosed mental illness living in
the community in their own homes or in other organizations.
years of age or older.
Summit Assertive Community Treatment Team Program:
The purpose of Assertive Community Treatment is to serve the “harder to serve” population of persons with severe and persistent mental illness. Appropriate clients for ACT meet each one of the following three main criteria:
Diagnosis: Clients have a severe and persistent mental illness, with priority given to people with schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders (e.g. schizoaffective disorder) and with bipolar disorder.