Mission: Interact of michigan, inc. Is dedicated to collaborative delivery of evidence-supported mental health and substance abuse treatments that foster hope and wellness. Interact of michigan, inc. Has developed services designed to meet the range of needs presented by individuals with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse problems. The agency serves more than 1,900 individuals per year who primarily reside in kalamazoo county and kent county.
Programs: Assertive community treatment (act) - mobile, multi-disciplinary, team- based treatment in the community with 24-hour supports.
community treatment team (ctt)- integrated recovery, case management services for individuals who have demonstrated success and/or a need for less-intensive supports. Services are offered by individual case managers and peer specialists with backup from a team for emergencies. Medical clinic services are offered to individuals enrolled in this program.
center for dbt services - individual and group therapy utilizing dialectical behavior therapy (dbt) for people with severe emotion dysregulation that affects their ability to form positive relationships and live in the community.
action employment services - supported employment services to help individuals choose, get, and keep employment. As an employment network provider, employment services are also offered to individuals participating in the social security administration's ticket to work program. Community payee services - money management assistance for individuals in need of representative payee services. Substance abuse services - outpatient treatment that utilizes the stage of treatment appropriate to individuals' stage of change-persuasion, active treatment, or relapse recovery-to promote recovery for individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Wellness center - peer-run programs that focus on building hope and recovery utilizing wellness recovery action plan (wrap) and other self- management and recovery-coaching services that promote independence.