Assertive Community Treatment Outcomes

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This dataset contains the number of ACT consumers within particular psychosocial and service utilization indicators at baseline and most recent follow-up by ACT team/program, county, region, and statewide. Data retrieved on 25 September 2017.

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Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an Evidence-Based Practice Model designed to provide treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals who are diagnosed with a severe mental illness and whose needs have not been well met by more traditional mental health services. The ACT team provides services directly to an individual that are tailored to meet his or her specific needs. ACT teams are multi-disciplinary and include members from the fields of psychiatry, nursing, psychology, social work, substance abuse and vocational rehabilitation. Based on their respective areas of expertise, the team members collaborate to deliver integrated services of the recipients’ choice, assist in making progress towards goals, and adjust services over time to meet recipients’ changing needs and goals. The staff-to-recipient ratio is small (one clinician for every ten recipients), and services are provided 24-hours a day, seven days a week, for as long as they are needed.

ACT teams deliver comprehensive and flexible treatment, support, and rehabilitation services to individuals in their natural living settings rather than in hospital or clinic settings. This means that interventions and skills teaching are carried out at the locations where individuals live, work, and socialize and where support is needed. ACT teams share responsibility for the people they serve and use assertive engagement to proactively engage individuals in treatment.

ACT team members complete a standardized assessment for each recipient within 30 days of admission and every six months thereafter until discharge. The assessments capture recipient demographic characteristics; living situation; educational and vocational activity; engagement in services; incidence of significant events such as hospitalization, homelessness, arrest, and incarceration; functional impairment in the areas of self-care and social skills; and any incidence of risk factors.

Date Created

2015-12-10

Last Modified

2019-06-14

Version

2017-09-26

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

2018

Spatial Coverage

New York

Source

John Snow Labs; Data City of New York;

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Source Citation

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Keywords

Assertive Community Treatment, ACT, ACT Team, ACT Standardized Assessment, Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Other Titles

ACT Data Collection Methodology, Outcomes for ACT Recipients

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
OMH_RegionIndicates whether the data represents a Region (Central NY, Hudson River, Long Island, New York City, or Western NY) or is Statewide.string-
Data_Level_IndicatorData level indicator indicates whether the row represents program, county, region, or statewide level datastring-
CountyName of the countystring-
Team_County_or_RegionName of the team/program, county, region, or whether it is Statewidestring-
Number_With_Follow_Up_DataNumber of currently enrolled ACT recipients who have at least one follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Employed_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients who are employed or hold volunteer positions at baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Employed_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients who are employed or hold volunteer positions at most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Competitively_Employed_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients who hold competitive employment, with or without formal supports, at baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Competitively_Employed_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients who hold competitive employment, with or without formal supports, at most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_in_Educational_Activity_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients who engage in educational activities at baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_in_Educational_Activity_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients who engage in educational activities at most recent followup.integerlevel : Ratio
Number_Hospitalized_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients reported to have 2 or more psychiatric hospitalizations 6 months prior to baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Hospitalized_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients reported to have 2 or more psychiatric hospitalizations 6 months prior to most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Homeless_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients who were homeless or had an episode of homelessness at baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Homeless_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients who were homeless or had an episode of homelessness at most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_With_Psych_ER_At_BaselineNumber of ACT recipients with two or more psychiatric Emergency Room visits at baselineintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_With_Psych_ER_At_Follow_UpNumber of ACT recipients with two or more psychiatric Emergency Room visits at most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_With_Risk_Factors_At_BaselineNumber of currently enrolled ACT recipients with one or more of any of the following 12 risk factors reported at baseline: expressed suicide threat, physically harmed self and/or attempted suicide, taken property without permission, damaged or destroyed property, created a public disturbance, verbally assaulted another person, threatened assault or physical violence, been suspected of sexual abuse of a child and/or adult, physically abused and/or assaulted a child and/or adult, engaged in arson, was a victim of physical or sexual abuse, wandered or ran awayintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_With_Risk_Factors_At_Follow_UpNumber of currently enrolled ACT recipients with one or more risk factors reported at most recent follow-upintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Treatment_Objectives_Met_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were Treatment Objectives Metintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Found_Alternative_Services_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were Found Alternative Servicesintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Disch_To_Long_Term_Health_Care_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were Discharged to Long Term Health Careintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Not_Engaged_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were Not Engagedintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_No_Longer_Available_For_Services_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were No Longer Available For Servicesintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Other_Discharge_Reason_Last_YearNumber of previous year's discharges that were Otherintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Treatment_Objectives_Met_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were Treatment Objectives Metintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Found_Alternative_Services_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were Found Alternative Servicesintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Discharged_To_Long_Term_Health_Care_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were Discharged to Long Term Health Careintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Not_Engaged_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were Not Engagedintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_No_Longer_Available_For_Services_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were No Longer Available For Servicesintegerlevel : Ratio
Number_Other_Discharge_Reason_Current_YearNumber of current year's discharges that were Otherintegerlevel : Ratio
OMH RegionData Level IndicatorCountyTeam County or RegionNumber With Follow Up DataNumber Employed At BaselineNumber Employed At Follow UpNumber Competitively Employed At BaselineNumber Competitively Employed At Follow UpNumber in Educational Activity At BaselineNumber in Educational Activity At Follow UpNumber Hospitalized At BaselineNumber Hospitalized At Follow UpNumber Homeless At BaselineNumber Homeless At Follow UpNumber With Psych ER At BaselineNumber With Psych ER At Follow UpNumber With Risk Factors At BaselineNumber With Risk Factors At Follow UpNumber Treatment Objectives Met Last YearNumber Found Alternative Services Last YearNumber Disch To Long Term Health Care Last YearNumber Not Engaged Last YearNumber No Longer Available For Services Last YearNumber Other Discharge Reason Last YearNumber Treatment Objectives Met Current YearNumber Found Alternative Services Current YearNumber Discharged To Long Term Health Care Current YearNumber Not Engaged Current YearNumber No Longer Available For Services Current YearNumber Other Discharge Reason Current Year
New York CityProgramKingsPCMH Brooklyn ACT60.05.08.01.03.01.033.015.05.06.040.022.026159.03.0131.04.01.02.011.0
New York CityProgramKingsSUS Streets to Homes ACT63.06.06.01.01.03.03.010.07.09.08.023.012.02581.03.01.0422.01.01.02.01.0
Hudson RiverCountyAlbanyAlbany39.03.04.01.01.015.07.06.05.020.06.022134.01.0111.05.01.01.01.0
New York CityProgramQueensFed. of Org. Queens Forensic ACT45121.01.0
New York CityProgramRichmondSouth Beach PC ACT50.01.06.01.01.02.04.016.01.029.07.015511.02.03.0128.05.01.01.0
Long IslandProgramSuffolkFSL ACT West56.04.02.02.03.02.034273.01.03.04173.03.03.09.0
New York CityProgramKingsICL Bushwick ACT52.01.01.017.017.03.02.026.025.014106.03.04.0222.05.04.02.01.0
Hudson RiverProgramAlbanyAlbany County ACT39.03.04.01.01.015.07.06.05.020.06.022134.01.0111.05.01.01.01.0
New York CityProgramNew YorkBeth Israel MC ACT56.01.02.01.01.03.023.011.012.013.039.019.020148.06.02.0145.01.03.01.04.0
New York CityProgramKingsPSCH ACT Intensive51.01.01.02.03.01.06103.0441.06.05.02.03.02.0
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