Early intervention is key to helping adolescents and young adults deal with psychosis. Early treatment is very effective and leads to a healthier life.
The iHope Program, spearheaded by Four Rivers Behavioral Health, is your companion in navigating early-onset psychosis. Offering a compassionate approach to treatment for adolescents, young adults, and their families.
Understanding, Identifying, and Addressing Early Symptoms
Psychosis most often occurs for the first time between the ages of 15 and 25.
Every year, around 100,000 adolescents and young adults in the U.S. will experience their first psychotic episode.
Some of the causes of psychosis can include a genetic vulnerability, head trauma, brain tumors, drug use, severe stress, sleep deprivation, medical conditions and other causes.
Early intervention is key to helping adolescents and young adults deal with psychosis. Early
treatment is very effective and leads to a healthier life.
School failures become school successes and the risk of suicide, accidental death or harm are greatly diminished.
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