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Adult day treatment

The goal of Adult Day Treatment (ADT) is to reduce or relieve the effects of symptoms associated with a diagnosed mental illness and provide skills training that will result in the person to live in their community. ADT is a short-term, community-based mental health program services consisting of group psychotherapy, rehabilitative interventions, and other therapeutic group services provided by a multidisciplinary team. ADT services are linked to goals and objectives identified in an individual’s treatment plan which will lead to improvement in functioning impaired by the symptoms of the person’s diagnosed mental illness. As a result, the individual will experience stabilization of their mental health status while developing and improving his/her independent living and socialization skills. The ADT multidisciplinary team is under the clinical supervision of a mental health professional.

What services are available? 
ADT Covered Services 

Who is eligible for this service? 
MHCP Eligible Recipients 

Become a provider – Applications/Certifications/Licensure

Process Instructions

New or Expanding Adult Day Treatment (ADT) Service Application DHS-4382 (PDF)

Current providers

Not available at this time

MHCP Codes & Rates

Reporting requirements 
None at this time.

More information

Adult Day Treatment Policy Lead

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