Find support for severe mental illness

Have you been diagnosed with a persistent or severe mental illness? These 2 programs can help you learn to manage your symptoms.

Early psychosis intervention

This program provides intensive outreach services in the community with clients. It includes a focus on psycho-education and learning about managing symptoms.

Who is this program for?

The Early Psychosis Intervention program supports people aged 15 to 30 who have been diagnosed with:

  • bipolar;
  • schizophrenia; or
  • psychosis.

How can you get a referral to the program?

We accept:

  • self-referrals; 
  • referrals from professional supports; and
  • referrals from friends, family or other supports.

How to get started

  1. Phone 1-866-456-3838.
  2. Tell us if the referral is for a person under the age of 30 with a:
    • new diagnosis; or
    • recent experience with psychosis.

Psychiatric outreach program

The Psychiatric Outreach Program is a voluntary program. It provides support for and nursing services to people with severe and persistent mental illness. This could be:

  • bipolar disorder;
  • schizophrenia; and
  • other psychosis-related disorders.

Who is eligible for this program?

This program is for people who are:

  • 30 years of age and older; or
  • under the age of 30 for whom a diagnosis of bipolar or schizophrenia is not new.

How can you get a referral to the program?

We accept:

  • self-referrals;
  • referrals from professional supports; and
  • referrals from friends, family or other supports.

How to get started

Phone: 1-866-456-3838