The Maryland EIP offers four services to support individuals, families, and professionals who may encounter early psychosis:
- Outreach and Education Services – To behavioral health providers, schools, and primary care settings.
- Clinical Services – For individuals ages 12 - 30 who present with clinical high-risk symptoms that may be predictive of future psychosis, who have early signs of psychosis, or who are in the initial stages of psychoses.
- Consultation Services – To providers regarding identification and treatment for individuals that may be experiencing symptoms that may be predictive of future psychosis, who have early signs of psychosis, or who are in the initial stages of psychoses.
- Training and Implementation Support Services – Will establish Early Intervention Teams (EITs) throughout the state and create a learning collaborative so that EITs and others providing services to those with early psychosis can collaborate, share resources, and provide support and coordination of service delivery.
All EIP initiatives may be contacted through our centralized contact line or email. A trained specialist is available to guide you toward the appropriate services.