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Prevention and Early Intervention Program for Psychoses

The Huron Perth Prevention & Early Intervention Program for Psychoses provides assessment and treatment planning for individuals 16-50 years of age who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis.

Services Provided

  • Psychiatric consultation and treatment
  • Case management
  • Individual and group sessions
  • Family support and education
  • Medication monitoring.
  • Community presentations and school-based presentations are also available to promote public awareness of early intervention for the treatment of psychosis.

Referrals

Executive Contact

Michele Pardo, Manager Outpatient Health, 519-272-8210, ext. 4819

 

 

 

If you or someone you know is in serious mental health crisis contact: Huron Perth Helpline and Crisis Response Team at: 1-888-829-7484