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Training of ACT teams assigned to the project 'Testing the ACT method for citizens with mental disorders and concurrent substance abuse'

Government Action Plan "Equality – a new focus in social treatment programs for people with mental disorders" focus on better rehabilitation and coherence in treatment of people with mental disorders. The goal is to make sure that this group of citizens can participate in society on equal terms as others. The ACT method (Assertive Community Treatment) has previously been shown to be especially suitable when working with citizens, who for various reasons have difficulties using the established treatment system. This is often the case for citizens who have both a mental disorder and simultaneously substance abuse. As part of strengthening a coherent and rehabilitative treatment targeted this population, the ACT method is tested in two municipalities. SFI is responsible for developing and carrying out a training program that will ensure that the employees of the ACT teams in the two municipalities can work according to ACT method by getting an understanding of the basic principles of ACT, and by training the use of the method. During the project SFI publish a training guide, and at the end of the project an overall evaluation of the training is published as a web publication.
Project manager Theresa Dyrvig, SFI
Project period 01.01.2015 - 06.12.2016
Status Completed
Department Social Policy and Welfare
keywords Vulnerable groups, Addicts
Contact person

Theresa Dyrvig

Contact person
DIRECT +45 33 48 08 48 EMAIL tfd@vive.dk

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