Originally created in 1989 in response to the closure of Philadelphia State Hospital, CTT has since broadened its mandate to include those discharged from Norristown Hospital (NSH), persons with forensic histories referred through the First Judicial District Mental Health Court System, and those with co-occurring mental health disorders (substance abuse, intellectual disabilities). CTT provides 24 hour/7 day coverage to provide whatever is necessary to enable the participant to prosper in the community. CTT embraces a holistic approach to service, ensuring that each participant has appropriate behavioral, medical and dental health care, vocational opportunities, financial resources, a home, as well as family, social and recreational activities as desired. CTT services are delivered consistent with recovery principles, are evidence and strengths-based, culturally competent, trauma informed and person centered. Creative approaches and close linkages with other service organizations enhance services. Most work is performed in the community, whenever and wherever the participant needs assistance.