ACT serves adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Individuals who benefit most from ACT intensive community treatment are generally people who are diagnosed with schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder. In addition, many consumers have co-occurring substance use disorders. ACT consumers must have all of the following:
Outpatient Services M-F 8:00-5:00
100 W. Griggs Ave Las Cruces, NM 88001
Outreach capability & 24 hour continuous,
comprehensive crisis intervention program
SWCC has an interdisciplinary team within the agency
that has the capacity to provide a broad range of services.
The staff includes psychiatrists, a clinical nurse specialist,
registered nurses a licensed mental health professional and a
case manager. For consumers who qualify, linkage to a
Prescription Assistance Program is available. The medical
team works closely with other agencies and a person's primary
care physician to ensure needs are addressed appropriately.
CCSS provide services to consumers and family members
which are necessary to promote recovery, rehabilitation, and
resiliency. Community Support workers assist consumers
in indentifying and addressing barriers that impede the
development of skills necessary for independent functioning
and provide skills training in those areas. CCSS activities
address goals specifically in the areas of independent living,
learning, working, socializing, and recreation.
PSR focuses on teaching and supporting consumers to
develop the skills necessary to become responsible,
contributing members of our community. The goal is
for the person to function at his or her highest potential in
the normal roles of employee, friend, student, parent, or
spouse. SWCC's Friendship House operates using a
core set of principles and values, which focus on utilizing
the consumer's strength's and resources.
125 S. Main Street
2941 Lost Amigos Ct
TLC is a 24-hour residential treatment program designed
to teach consumers the skills necessary to live in the
community in an independent or supported setting.
Behavioral and therapeutic interventions focus on
individual, consumer-centered treatment plans that
support positive change and decreased psychiatric
hospitalization. This is a voluntary program, which serves
adults over 18 years of age with a severe mental disorder.
The children and adolescent program provides
an array of outpatient services to seriously
emotionally disturbed children and those who are
at high risk of out-of-home placement. The
program serves individuals between the ages of
two and twenty-one. Individual and family therapy
is offered, along with intensive case
management, behavioral management,
home-based services, parenting groups,
psychiatric services and medication monitoring.
Serenity Center M-F 8:00-7:00
118 S. Main Street
Las Cruces, NM 88001
Outpatient substance abuse programs, including
DWI school for adults,adolescents, and children.
24 hour crisis intervention program
ACT serves adults with serious and persistent mental illness.
Individuals who benefit most from ACT intensive community
treatment are generally people who are diagnosed with
schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder.
In addition, many consumers have co-occurring substance use