The Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) program provides housing and intensive wraparound supportive services to persons who are challenged living independently in the community due to severe mental health, substance use, and incarceration issues. TrACT is similar in scope but is managed by Alameda County Behavioral Court.
Eligible participants in FACT, referred to as Partners, are authorized for enrollment by the Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Crisis Response Program. TrACT is open to the community for referrals and these usually come from service providers, including Criminal Justice Mental Health, Santa Rita Jail, the Court Advocacy Project, judges and public defenders.
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FACT and TrACT are a full service partnerships providing a comprehensive array of services to program partners. These services are predominately field-based rather than office-based and provide integrated substance use and mental health treatment. Key features of a full service partnership include it’s voluntary nature, intense collaboration, service intensity, 24 hour coverage, and a foundation of wellness and recovery principles.
FACT and TrACT operate on the “Housing First” model, where Partners are housed first, and then offered services on a voluntary basis. Services range from providing for basic human needs, such as food and clothing, to rehabilitative counseling, integrated medical care, and supported employment.
Wraparound services include:
FACT/TrACT are located in our West Oakland office at 2730 Adeline St. Oakland, Ca 94607.
For more information please call (510) 446-7100.