This website's aim is to provide information about early identification and treatment of psychosis. Funded by Vancouver Coastal Health and Vancouver Community Mental Health Services, we are a program for: youth living in Vancouver or Richmond, aged 130 and their families who are experiencing a first time problem with psychotic symptoms. We are located on 3rd Floor of 2750 East Hastings Street. Anyone can make a referral for a youth living in Vancouver or Richmond British Columbia. Just call us at .

Our services include assessment, treatment, consultation/second opinion, support and education. Staffing includes nurses, social workers, child and family workers, occupational therapists, psychiatrists and administrative assistance.

Vancouver/Richmond EPI
Early Psychosis Intervention

Do I have a problem?

Treatment and Recovery

For Families

Coping with Stress and Crises

Learning Resources

About Us
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Psychosis means loss of contact with reality. It is a worldwide phenomenon occurring in schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other illnesses. It is serious but treatable medical condition.

Recognize the signs

Getting help early leads to recovery

Worried about yourself or a friend?

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for confidential help

Learning Resources Library
Get access to the Mental Health Act, reading list, services in Vancouver and Richmond for people with psychosis and a FAQ with the most common questions about psychosis.

Our news section provides recent and relevant news about psychosis.

Other Languages
We provide information about our programs and services in Chinese (PDF) and Punjabi (PDF) .

Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Day Program

The UBC Hospital's 'Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Day Program' in Vancouver provides comprehensive treatment for persons with schizophrenia.