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Early Intervention in Psychosis Service (EIS)

Psychosis is the term used to explain a number of experiences including hearing 'voices', having unusual and frightening ideas and a loss of energy or drive. Psychosis is a condition which is receptive to effective treatments and interventions.

EIS provides support to people aged between 18-65 who appear to be experiencing a first episode of psychosis or a suspected first episode of psychosis.

 Address
Various Venues across Dorset. See Website for Details.
Postcode
BH4 8EP
 Telephone
01202 584336
 Website
https://www.dorsethealthcare.nhs.uk/.../early-intervention-psychosis
Availability:
All Year Round
Age:
From 18 years  to 65 years .
Costs:
This Service is Free
Booking Information:
Contact by telephone
Cultural Provision:
No strong religious ethos
Referral Criteria:
Via School
Via GP or other health professional
Self Referral
Via CAMHS
By Parents or Family
Referral Procedure:
Professional or self-referral for people with first episode of psychosis or displaying prodromal symptoms of psychosis or 'at risk mental state' for developing psychosis.
Languages Spoken:
English

Health Description

Please see our webiste for all further information, including contact details, who the service is for, what it aims to do and how it can be accessed.

Are your staff DBS Approved?
No
Do you have a First Aid Policy?
No
Do you have Public Liability Insurance?
No