Early Intervention supports individuals who have experienced a first episode of psychosis to lead fulfilling, satisfying lives within their community.
What is Early Intervention?
The Early Intervention Program offers advocacy and intensive community-based support to assist individuals experiencing a first episode of psychosis.
Our multidisciplinary team includes:
- Social workers
- Peer support
- Family support
Who can benefit?
Anyone 16 – 35 years old, who has experienced a first episode of psychosis within the past two years and resides in the Central West Region.
What are the major benefits?
- Comprehensive mental health assessment and connection to psychiatry
- Intensive, individualized mental health and early intervention support around personal growth and recovery.
- Support to reach employment and educational goals.
- Advocacy and assistance with mental and physical health and wellness, life skills, addictions, housing and social supports.
- Connections to the broader community through volunteering, social or recreational activities, and continuing education.
- Access to group programs such as: peer support, fitness promotion, social recreation, and family support.
- Service in safe and convenient locations, including homes, community settings and our program locations.
How to reach us?
Interested Individuals can contact CMHA Peel Dufferin for referrals or more information: