Community Support Services
Helping individuals with mental illness reach their full potential
Assertive Community Treatment, or ACT is an integrated approach for community mental health service delivery. ACT serves individuals whose symptoms on mental illness result in functioning difficulties in life, work, social relationships, and physical health and wellness.
- psychiatric care,
- case management,
- medication management,
- skills training,
- group therapy,
- social engagement,
- supported employment,
- and psychoeducation.
Social engagement also involves the Riverside Center, a peer-run drop in center. The Riverside Center provides a space for clients to gather for social events, opportunities to talk with friends, and for support services, like Dual Diagnosis (AA for people with mental illness). Many times Peer Support Counselors, individuals with mental illness who have been trained to support others with mental illness, help lead activities at the Riverside Center.
Supported Employment offers assistance for individual receiving services at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness in finding a career that they want and works in matching employers and employees.
We are here to help you reach your full potential. Call us to get started (541) 426- 4524.