Early psychosis treatment at CAMH
SCIES is a youth-friendly outpatient program for young people who are early in their recovery from a psychotic episode that provides an easily accessible, stigma-free model of care that meets their specific developmental needs.
SCEIS supports recovery through early assessment and the development of a comprehensive treatment plan that is patient- and family-centred and recovery-focused, aiming to improve daily functioning for patients. We also provide education and support to family members of patients receiving our services.
The program’s goal is to improve outcomes for young people with psychosis through early identification, intervention and treatment tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual, based on emerging best practices in clinical care and research.
Early psychosis research at CAMH
Our unique integrated approach allows us to translate the latest clinical and scientific evidence into better intervention and recovery strategies, making a real difference in the lives of young people.
Our goal is to put more young people experiencing severe mental illness on a path to recovery through improved combinations of existing treatments, and through clinical research and education that leads to new treatments, improve early identification and access to care, and streamlines service delivery.
More about NAVIGATE
NAVIGATE Consultants (US)
NAVIGATE is a comprehensive program designed to provide early and effective treatment to individuals who have experienced a first episode of psychosis. It was developed with support from NIMH and has been implemented at over 60 sites throughout the U.S. as well as in China, Canada, and Israel. NAVIGATE teams have served urban, suburban, and rural populations, and have provided treatment to people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Some of the content on these pages has been adapted from the NAVIGATE site.