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Mental Health and Addiction Services: Adult Services – Community Adult Recovery Services: Early Psychosis Intervention Program

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Saskatoon Health Region

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Service Description

Offers a structured program to assist individuals with early symptoms of psychosis. Includes case management, medical strategies, family intervention and education, addictions counselling, occupational therapy, group programs, psychological and neuro-cognitive assessments, and community education.

Symptoms of early psychosis include social withdrawal,loss of interest, decline in self-care, depression, anxiety, suspiciousness, unusual thoughts or behaviours, changes in thoughts, beliefs, and perceptions (including delusions or hallucinations).


Inclusion criteria:
- Individuals ages 16 - 35 years of age
- Evidence of positive, negative, or disorganized symptoms of a primary psychotic illness
- No limit to untreated psychotic symptoms
- Patients treated with anti-psychotic medication for less than three months
- Evidence of psychosis prodrome
- Ultra high risk patients (genetic risk plus declining function).

Exclusion criteria:
- More than three months of adequate treatment with anti-psychotic medication
- Acquired brain injury or intellectual disability
- Age less than 16 years or greater than 35 years
- Psychosis is the context of primary mood disorder or a personality disorder
- Psychosis secondary to substance intoxication or withdrawal.

Application Process

Referrals accepted through physicians. Call for further information.

Mental Health and Addiction Services Centralized Intake Line: 306-655-7777

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Coverage Area

Saskatoon Health Region

Languages Offered


Saskatoon: Sturdy Stone Building


122 3rd Avenue
Saskatoon SK  S7K 2H6

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Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 - 5:00 pm


Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - lowered elevator buttons; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

Hotline: 8-1-1

HealthLine: 24/7 Professional health advice or mental health support.

Business Line: 306-655-7777



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