Early Intervention in Psychosis – Adults

What is this service?

The Early Interventions in Psychosis service offers people – aged between 14 and 35, with a recent diagnosis of psychosis – intensive interventions aimed at preventing relapse and hospital admission. It aims to promote less traumatic and stigmatising recovery whilst preventing further episodes of psychosis.

The team works with a variety of youth, community and health agencies to assist young people in accessing accommodation, financial support, education, training, work and specialist counselling services.

How can I access the service?

This service is accessed via the Mental Health Assessment Service in Dudley and Early Access Services in Walsall and acute service in both locations.

Where is the service provided?

Services will be provided in a range of community settings, including the individual’s home.