Behavioral Health Services Offered
If you need Monarch services, please call our referral department at (866) 272-7826 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A variety of behavioral health services are offered, including:
- Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) (adults only)
- Intensive In-Home Services (Ages 3-20)
- Peer Support (adults only)
Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT)
The Monarch Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) provides a comprehensive, personalized treatment program for people who have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness. ACTT staff work with people in their home, at school, or at work, and are available 24/7. ACTT employs a team approach to help individuals with everyday basics such as preparing in the morning, taking medications and making it through the day. The team includes a psychiatrist, nurses, vocational specialists, therapists, other mental health professionals and peer support staff to help people remain out of the hospital and living in the community. For more information, call (866) 272-7826.
Intensive In-Home Services
When a family feels they have come to a point of crisis with a child experiencing mental health problems, Monarch will go to them to create an environment for success. We help manage a child’s behavior and assist and empower families in developing problem-solving skills and accessing community resources. Our staff are available around the clock to work with the entire family. We will do whatever it takes to prevent out-of-home placement for a child with a mental health diagnosis. (Ages 3-20)
Peer Support Services
At Monarch, we understand that life poses many challenges, but achieving a successful recovery plan is something no one should have to face alone. Our Peer Support Specialist Services help structure and schedule activities for adults 18 and older with a MH/SA disability. We provide an individualized, recovery-focused service that allows participants the opportunity to learn and manage their own recovery and advocacy process through the help of a peer support specialist who has been through similar circumstances. For more information, call (866) 272-7826.