Our ARMHS intervention program puts your recovery future within reach. A roadmap of transformative healing for life-long stability.
ActionDay is an ARMHS provider whose goal is to improve public & community health by supporting clients recover from mental illness and put them on a path to a brighter future.
of our clients report improvements in their lives after our 3 months program.
Nationally, only 30% of ARMHS clients treatment recipients avoid relapse.
64.2% of ActionDay’s ARMHS Special Intervention Treatment Plan (SITP) clients over the past one year have avoided relapse or more severe hospitalization and have stabilized fully to make impactful societal contributions to work, family, and education.
Our intervention programs will help clients to recognize, engage, and reform crisis triggers to reconnect clients with their truer, authentic selves to live a more happier, fulfilling & promising life. Program clients will thrive after effecting radical reform because we will help them actualize concrete and life-long change.
Our staff practitioners possess licenses and certifications from State Boards and State-endorsed agencies to offer cutting-edge treatments to put our clients back on life’s track.
We support urban young adults impacted by the scourge of inequality who are underserved and unemployed on a path to a sustainable future by helping them build soft skills and a career mindset.
Our affiliates provide critical community resources for clients such as career counseling (and job placement), long-term housing stabilization and shelter, online technology for distance learning, and tutors.
Our 16-week Special Intervention Treatment Plan (SITP) and associated help supports clients to overcome mental impairment challenges to actualize the possibility of living impairment-free life.
County Case Workers
Domestic Abuse Shelters
Better Employment Prospects
Better Educational Success
Better Housing Stability
Better Quality of Life Outcomes
Reach out to us for an introductory meeting or as a referral feeder or a community resource:
I, Sarah, struggled with drug addiction and suicidal thoughts for many 2 years. I didn’t believe I would live this long, looking back. After contact with ActionDay my life turned around in ways I never believed possible. ActionDay’s Special Intervention Plan (ASIP) staff were really sensitive, understanding, and knowledgeable about the darkness I lived in. After 1 year of treatment, I know work as clerk for a major hotel chain. I am also active in my church helping with organizing events. I want people to know that there is hope, compassion, and a future free of the scourge, pain, and captivity of addiction. Partnering with his ActionDay will help you get across that Bridge of Hope. Get Help! There is hope!
Special Intervention Treatment Plan Client, 2021
Special Intervention Treatment Plan was great in identifying an action plan out of my deeper sink into nicotine addiction struggles as a result of depressive episodes where I had used 1 pack of cigarettes a day, and a roll of cigars on weekends, basically helping me set up a progress chart for an exit. When I completed I enrolled in community college, performed better, and completed college. I have a decent job at a telecom company that takes care of my bills and two kids as a single father today. If I can do it, so can you do too!
Special Intervention Treatment Plan Client, 2021.
Your referral to ActionDay’s Special Intervention Treatment Plan will set the stage for transformative, lasting, relapse-free change in the lives of individuals whose lives are compromised by addiction, abuse, mental illness, and developmental challenges by removing psychological and habitual barriers to effective change.
Your investment in our Bridges of Hope wellness program will mean the difference between dreams deferred to the devastating toll of mental illness and addiction and a second chance of better familial bonds, friendships, hope restored, employment prospects, and a commitment to a better you.
By calling us, we can get you on track to a newer, better, happier you.
Local group working to improve mental health access to minority communities.
July is National BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month. This month provides an opportunity to acknowledge the mental health needs and disparities of traditionally underserved and underrepresented populations.
American institutions are examining their racial injustice and discrimination practices and policies. As this critical work continues, communities of color and minorities live in systems rife with disparities and prejudice.
Psychotherapy researchers have found that mental health care patients matched with therapists who had a strong track record of treating the patients’ primary concerns had better results than patients who were not so matched.