The Early Assessment and Support Alliance, or EASA, is in place to help identify youth between the ages of 15 and 25 who are experiencing the symptoms of psychosis for the first time, and to provide support and treatment as early as possible. The onset of psychosis can sometimes be difficult for families to recognize, and unsettling for the person experiencing it. Our EASA team works with families and community partners to be there with the education, support and treatment needed to help young people manage their symptoms and be successful.
Find out more about the Early Assessment and Support Alliance by visiting the Child and Family Programs Section or by visiting easacommunity.org.
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