The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program, funded by New York State and Medicaid, provides integrated treatment, rehabilitation, case management and support services to individuals with serious mental illness whose needs have not been well met by traditional mental health services. The multi-disciplinary ACT Team provides integrated services directly to the individual in the community. The team assists recipients in making progress toward goals and adjusts services over time to meet the individual’s needs. The program receives referrals through the Westchester County Department of Health’s “Single Point of Access” (SPOA) office. SPOA referrals are high priority candidates for an intensive level of service and may include individuals under court order for Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT).