Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)
The purpose of EASA is to identify teens and young adults ages 15 to 25 years with symptoms of psychosis as early as possible, and to provide the most effective support and treatment so they can be successful.
EASA offers outreach and specialized assessment, educational seminars, written material, consultation and problem solving. EASA also offers treatment and support from a team including a doctor, a nurse, mental health professionals, occupational therapist and school/work specialist with individual and family group therapy.
For more information, see the EASA program website.