Early Intervention in Psychosis

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Welcome to the Early Intervention Service (EIS)

About us:

EIS provides support to people aged between 14-65 who appear to be experiencing a first episode of psychosis or a suspected first episode of psychosis.

What is psychosis?

Psychosis is the term used to explain a number of experiences including hearing 'voices', having unusual and frightening ideas and a loss of energy or drive.

Psychosis is a condition which is receptive to effective treatments and interventions.

If your child or the young person you are looking after seems to be experiencing mental health difficulties it can be a bewildering and frightening time. Getting the young person help early increases the chance of them experiencing a complete recovery.

What service do the EIS provide?

The staff at EIS are trained professionals and experts in assessing, treating and supporting young people in the early stages of a psychotic illness.

EIS assesses young people and can offer support for up to three years. This may include social, psychological and emotional support, as well as medical input.

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Locations

Early Intervention Service (Bournemouth - Hillcrest)

01202 584336
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Hillcrest,
31 Slades Farm Road,
Ensbury Park,
Bournemouth,
Dorset,
BH10 4EU

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WiFi: No

Parking: No

Disabled Access: No

Early Intervention Service In Psychosis (East)

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