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The Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)...

provides information and support to young people who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time. Most people don't realize just how common and treatable psychosis is!

Serving most of Oregon

The Early Psychosis Intervention Program Directory Update (1/20/14). EASA and the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Healthcare (FEMHC) are proud to announce the release of the UPDATED Early Psychosis Intervention Program Directory. The purpose of this directory is to create a database and directory of early intervention programs for psychosis within the U.S. It is available on the FEMHC Online Library and as a PDF. The updates reflect the rapidly expanding national movement towards increasing access to early intervention services. We are excited to see new programs are developing in many states. We welcome coordination and outreach with our new national partners and allies.

We hope that this directory will help facilitate referrals and establish ongoing networking, information sharing and collaboration across programs. We also hope that it will be a resource for individuals experiencing psychosis and their families, clinicians, and allies to find mental health services in their area. The directory is up-to-date as of January 2015, but its relevance may change as programs do. For more information, please contact us.

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Anyone can develop psychosis. Psychosis is common and treatable. It affects 3 in 100 people, and usually occurs for the first time between the ages of 12 and 30. Learn more...
EASA works closely with the young person, and with family members and others who are supportive of the young person, to help him or her succeed. Learn more...
With the right early identification, support and information, young people can manage and even prevent psychosis and get on with their lives. Learn more...

NEWS & EVENTS...
Feb. 17th-19th 2015 Our next round of trainings will be a three day training for Differential Dx and SIPS Feb 17th-19th, 2015.... Learn more...
Jan. 16th Tamara Sale, EASA Clinical Director, was recently interviewed by Sheila Hamilton on her KINK 101.9 morning show. In it,... Learn more...





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