MindMap

Getting young people experiencing psychosis into treatment sooner

Call today for a free screening for
psychosis and referral to care.

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What does psychosis look like?

Experiences of psychosis develop due to interactions between one’s genes and environment. Psychosis can present differently for each individual, however at the core, it involves difficulty distinguishing reality from internal experience (what’s real from what’s not real). You’ll likely start noticing symptoms for the first time between ages 16 and 35.

Since 3 out of every 100 people will experience psychosis in their lifetimes, it benefits everyone who works with or lives with a young person to be aware of the signs and symptoms. If you or someone you know is experiencing any of the following, they may benefit from seeking treatment as soon as possible.

Treatment Works

Psychosis is treatable, and it is widely accepted that the earlier people get help the better the outcome. With treatment, recovery from psychosis is the expectation, not the exception.

Mindmap aims to streamline the pathway to care by offering education on psychosis and a referral line that screens for psychosis and refers individuals to care immediately. By educating communities and removing obstacles, we can help young individuals experiencing psychosis get into treatment sooner.

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Who’s Involved?

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Family & Community

Family & community who regularly interact with young individuals play a key role in being able to identify psychosis and get individuals into care sooner.

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Mindmap Team

Meet our team of professionals working the referral line, offering training & workshops, and working hard behind the scenes to make Mindmap possible.

Providers

Discover our network of trusted mental health providers accepting individuals into care and providing essential treatment services.