Adult Behavioral Health

Eliot’s Adult Behavioral Health network provides services that are based on the needs and preferences of each individual. Staff members work collaboratively with each consumer to develop goals that build on strengths, enhance skills, and support networks. Utilizing evidence-based practices and peer supports, Eliot’s services are dynamic and flexible.
Eliot offers a broad array of programs, including:

Adult Clinical Community Services (ACCS): Provide support to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, moving them from stabilization through to recovery. Learn more about Eliot’s Adult Clinical Community Services here.

Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT): Deliver an intensive, community-based array of services for individuals with mental illness who require a higher level of support, but may be resistant to traditional models of treatment. Learn more about Program for Assertive Community Treatment here.

Clubhouse Programs: Offer a restorative environment where adults with mental illness can receive supports and services. Learn more about Clubhouse Programs here.

Vocational and Day Services: Offer a range of day programming for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Learn more about Vocational and Day Services here.

Respite Programs: Provide a safe and stable place to live and help in resolving community living issues for adults in psychiatric crisis. Learn more about Respite Programs here.