ACT Partial Care

Adult Counseling and Therapy Program

Since 1978, the Adult Counseling & Therapy (ACT) Program has been offering hope, healing and support to those, 18 years and older, living with a mental illness. Our staff and quality of services provided is what sets us apart from other programs. Providing partial care services and treatment models that are proven to be successful, staff supports each adult to identify and remove any barriers they may be facing in life. Combining group and activity therapies in conjunction with individualized recovery plans, consumers have an opportunity to participate daily in a structured and comprehensive program.

Our Philosophy

The ACT Program is a caring place for adults to grow. Staff provide integrated, comprehensive care to each client. Our proven philosophy emphasizes the importance of utilizing individual strengths to improve social, occupational and educational functioning that is developmentally appropriate. The ACT Program allows all of the adults served to develop their own unique abilities at their own pace, providing individualized support to overcome obstacles obstructing functional skill improvement. Archway staff provides recovery focused services to educate about mental illness and develop the strengths and skills needed to manage them effectively. Our program features a variety of day-to-day activities, group therapies, community trips, special events, and holiday/dance parties. Each day, ACT Program consumers are cared for by dedicated, compassionate and highly qualified staff.

Treatment & Services

The ACT Program works with families, case managers, and other supports throughout each phase of treatment planning to provide integrated, comprehensive care as they advocate for each client. Our goal is to ultimately maximize their functioning level. A number of treatments and services are provided to our consumers and can be found listed below.

Treatments Available

  • Art, Music & Social Skills Groups (recreation/ social enrichment)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Individual Treatment Planning
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Relapse Prevention Therapy (WRAP, IMR)
  • Several Group Therapies (Clinical, gender/age specific, peer support, pre-vocational, community based, health wellness, illness management recovery, psycho-education)

Services Offered

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Snacks
  • Case Management
  • Computer Lab
  • Coordination of Care (on-site RN)
  • Independent Living & Socialization Skill Development
  • Medication Management & Monitoring (on-site APN)
  • Transportation To/From Program

Eligibility/Referrals

Clients must have an Axis I diagnosis, be at least 18 years of age, demonstrate the need to qualify for partial care services, and be in our serving counties (Camden /Gloucester ). Medicaid is our primary source for payment. Please call us at 856.582.3900 to schedule an appointment to seek help or information for yourself or an adult living with a mental illness. You will be able to speak with a trained professional admission staff five days a week.

Referrals are accepted from any source. Typically there is no waiting list and treatment can usually be initiated within one week. Adults served must attend program a minimum of two days per week.  We can accommodate work schedules and educational commitments.

To see if the ACT Program is the right fit for you or your consumer, please call us at 856.582.3900. You can also make a referral on our website by filling out an online form at https://www.archwayprograms.org/referral-portal. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please do not hesitate to contact ACT Program Supervisor Amy Miller by phone at 856.582.3900 or by email at amy.miller@archwayprograms.org.

Contact Information

1 Neptune Drive
Sewell, NJ 08080
Phone 856.582.3900
E-mail: Marnique.Funches@archwayprograms.org

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