Funding partially provided by the State agencies including the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Human Services, and the Department of Transportation. Federal funding is provided by  the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 
Program of Assertive Community Treatment

Region 15 PACT Teams serve individuals with severe and persistent mental illness as listed in the most current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association that seriously impair their functioning in community living. Priority is given to people with schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders (e.g., schizoaffective disorder), and bipolar disorder because these illnesses more often cause long-term psychiatric disability. Individuals with other psychiatric illnesses are eligible dependent on the level of the long-term disability.

By design, the PACT Team program and services are person-centered. The PACT team provides most (an average of 75%) of its services to individuals in their homes and other familiar community settings on a 24/7 basis. Education and support services are also available to families of individuals being served. Consumers and family members, as appropriate, will participate in the PACT Treatment Planning process. In addition, consumers and family members will participate on the PACT Stakeholder Advisory Group to help make up at least 51% of the group’s membership, along with other key community stakeholders. 

PACT services are offered in Warren and Yazoo counties. 

PACT Team Members

  • Pact Team Leader
  • Program Assistant
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist
  • Substance Abuse Specialist
  • Housing Specialist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Peer Support Specialist
  • Board Certified Psychiatrist
  • Board Certified Family Psychiatric Mental Heath Nurse Practitioner

For more information about the PACT program, call 601-638-0024