Regional program providing early psychosis intervention * Assessment, treatment and psycho-education for individuals and their families who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis * Service available at various locations throughout Southeastern Ontario
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Eastern Ontario - Southeastern Ontario
Ages: 14 year(s) - 35 year(s)
The priority population is comprised of individuals between the age of 14 and 35 years old who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis, or who have not received previous treatment for psychosis * Young people may experience some of these symptoms: suspicion of others, problems sleeping, feeling depressed or low, quiet or withdrawn, tense, afraid or anxious or puzzled about strange experiences * 3 out of 100 young people experience these symptoms
Telephone referral accepted * Self and family referrals welcome * Physicians and mental health professional referrals also welcome
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