Who do we help?

The EI Team’s help doesn’t stop with the individual, it extends to their families and the community as a whole.

Remember, Psychosis IS treatable

The Individual

We are here to help those people aged between 14–35 years who are experiencing Psychosis for the first time. The experience can be very confusing and frightening for some and often people don’t know how to access help or are afraid of approaching health services.

Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to get help. Our aim is to reduce the time they are unwell and lacking suitable treatment or the support they need to maintain their day to day lives.

For someone experiencing psychosis the sooner they receive help the better!

The Family

Families are often the first ones who notice changes in their loved ones affected by Psychosis, but they can be unsure what it is or how to help. We believe by increasing understanding of what Psychosis is people will be able to spot the signs early and access help at the earliest opportunity.

Families are crucial to a person’s recovery and we aim to work with not only the individual affected but also with those who care about them.