Community Treatment Team is a less intensive version of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT). Also known as 'ACT Lite', or 'ACT-like', it is a community team with a lower staff to higher consumer ratio provides treatment services in the community; less intensive than ACT. Some states use this in lieu of ACT due to financial considerations, other uses include transitioning from ACT to Case Management.

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SUD Substance Use Disorder community resource Mental Health Disorder co-occurring disorders IDDT COD Dual Diagnosis ACT Assertive Community Treatment case management Person-Centered Planning Client-centered counseling transition ROSC Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care