"Hi, I'm not sure who to call...I'm seeing disturbing things happening at home with my child. I'm wondering if he's having symptoms of psychosis..."
Parents for Care is partnering with EASA Center for Excellence and Portland State University in Oregon state, where there are a network of early psychosis intervention clinics, to design and implement the first ever Psychosis Hotline.
Parents and others can call and ask questions about psychotic illnesses, get accurate information on brain disorder signs and symptoms, and be funneled toward resources, or even scheduled with a resource.
EASA has undertaken a huge project to list and define by services all the Early Psychosis Intervention Clinics in the United States. This effort will directly feed the Psychosis Hotline and provide one of many valuable resources available for information on psychotic brain disorders.
Parents for Care is proud to support and partner with EASA Center for Excellence at Portland State for this important innovation in early care for those suffering from brain disorders.
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