EARLY ASSESSMENT AND SUPPORT ALLIANCE (EASA). Keeping young people with the early signs of psychosis on their normal life paths. www.eastcommunity.org. Today’s Discussion. How we got here What we’ve accomplished so far Where we’re headed How you can help Questions & answers.
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EARLY ASSESSMENT AND SUPPORT ALLIANCE (EASA)
Keeping young people with the early signs of psychosis on their
normal life paths
Where EASA Began: Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network EAST Program
CASIS model (Cornblatt)
Increasing psychotic symptoms
Social & environmental triggers
Early Psychosis Dissemination Project:
Overview of Practice Guidelines
Who’s the owner?
In school or working
Hospitalized in last 3 months
Months in EAST Program
Program Coordinator: Tamara Sale, email@example.com
Clinical Supervisor, Ryan Melton, firstname.lastname@example.org
EAST website: www.eastcommunity.org
State EASA website: