Early Psychosis Intervention (Vancouver and Richmond)

Psychosis is a treatable medical condition that affects the brain. Psychosis symptoms are different in each person but usually include hallucinations, delusions  and/or difficulties with thinking.

Our program provides early identification and treatment for psychosis so that symptoms don't become too unmanageable and disruptive to your life.

Some of the services we provide are:

  • individual counselling

  • family meetings

  • group sessions

333 - 2750 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
V5K 1Z9
Phone: (604) 675-3875
Fax: (604) 675-3894

Hours of operation

Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

For emergency services in Vancouver, call the Access & Accessment Centre (AAC) at 604-875-8289

For emergency services in Richmond, call Mental Health Emergency Services, 604-244-5562


Anyone can provide a referral, including self-referral, for youth living in Richmond or Vancouver.


Individuals aged 13 - 30 with suspected or confirmed psychosis, except where explained by another medical condition or drug induced psychosis. Must live in Vancouver or Richmond.

We also work with families of people who are experiencing psychotic symptoms for the first time.