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With its origins in early intervention in psychosis, IEPA aims to enhance awareness of the early phases of mental health disorders more generally, their causes, prevention and the process of recovery.

Resources for Families, Carers and Friends

Asia Pacific


Family resources

Totara House Early Intervention for Psychosis Service

Family Support Group


Dublin East Treatment and Early Care Team (DETECT)

What Can Family and Friends Do?

North America

Association Quebecoise des Programmes pour Premiers Episodes Psychotiques (L’AQPPEP)- (French)

About First Episode Psychosis (In French)

BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions

Self Help Resources for families

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Information for Parents – Mental Health Videos

Early Diagnosis and Preventative Treatment of Psychotic Illness (EDAPT)​

Educational Sessions

Family Outreach and Response Program (FOR) EI Program

Early Intervention Family Support Program

Resources for Health Professionals

Asia Pacific

Japanese Society for Prevention and Early Intervention in Psychiatry

Treatment Plans and Implementation for Early Psychosis


North America

RA1SE: Recovery After and Initial Episode

Evidence-based Treatments for First Episode Psychosis

Resources for Individuals

Asia Pacific

The Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training & Research Program

A guide to what works in Depression for Young People


North America

Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)

What is Psychosis webpage (information and videos)

Nova Scotia Early Psychosis Program (NSEPP): The Sooner the Better

About Early Psychosis

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