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GOBHI ACT Referral

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT):

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a specialized model of treatment and service delivery designed to provide comprehensive community-based mental health services to persons with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) who are at least 18 years of age, have severe functional impairments, and who have not responded to traditional psychiatric outpatient treatment or less intensive non-standard levels of outpatient mental health treatment.

Services are available to individuals with SPMI who have had a history of multiple psychiatric hospitalizations and/or crisis interventions. ACT services are provided over an extended period of time and include clinical, rehabilitation, recovery, supportive and case management services provided directly by a multidisciplinary team in the individual’s natural environment. ACT serves as the primary provider of services and is in some cases available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Learn more about the ACT Admission criteria.

Referral Application

If you want to refer a person with serious mental illness to the services described above, you must complete the online referral form.

If you have any questions on how to apply, email

1. Download referral form

2. Submit completed referral form

To submit a completed referral form, please upload your document through our secure ACT Referral Submission form 

Note: You do not need a Gmail email address to submit the form


New Directions Northwest
ACT Team Lead 541-523-7400 ext. 231
Supervisor 541-523-7400 ext. 232
Crisis Line 541-519-7126

Community Counseling Solutions
ACT 541-256-0157
Office 541-481-2911

Symmetry Care
ACT 541 589-1765
Crisis 541 573-8376
Office 541 573-8160

ACT 458-224-4660
Crisis 541-889-9167

Mid-Columbia Center for Living
ACT 541 296-5452 ext 5043
Crisis 541-296-5452

Center for Human Development
ACT 541-910-4828
Crisis 541-962-8800 opt.6

Wallowa Center for Wellness
ACT 541-398-1355
Crisis 541-398-1175
Office 541 4260801

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