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Early Psychosis and the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)

Overview

The Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA):

  • Provides information and support to young adults, age 12 to 25, experiencing early symptoms of psychosis. rovides information and support to young adults, age 12 to 25, experiencing early symptoms of psychosis. 
  • Serves people for up to two years. EASA teams include counselors, case managers, occupational and supported employment/education specialists, medical staff, and family education and mentorship. Currently EASA programs can be found in 35 Oregon counties.
  • Has a center for excellence shared by Portland State University and Oregon Health and Science University, located in Portland, Oregon. The center for excellence provides Oregon with training, technological assistance and fidelity guidance.

EASA provides:

  • Fast access to psychiatric and counseling services
  • Education about causes, treatment and management of psychosis
  • Coaching on rights regarding access to employment, school, housing and additional resources
  • Family psycho-education and support groups
  • Support for vocational education and independent living goals
  • Access to local teams including psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists and occupational therapists
EASA Brochure (English) (Spanish)

Current EASA Sites


Program Contact:
Email: Jean Lasater
Phone: 503-947-5538

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