Partners for StrongMinds (P4SM) is demystifying one of the most misunderstood health conditions – psychosis – so that more young people get the right kind of help when it matters most. As a nationwide platform driving collaboration between young people living with psychosis, their families, researchers, clinicians and systems that educate and serve teens and young adults, our mission is to transform the way that psychosis is detected, treated and understood in the United States.

Based on a large body of scientific evidence supporting speciality care for early psychosis over the past three decades, we believe that all Americans should have access to earlier, empowering and highly individualized treatment and support.

We are founded and advised by a group of passionate leaders whose lives have been touched in some way by psychosis. Our vision is for every young person in America facing psychosis to have an equal chance to chase their dreams.

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To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science. Albert Einstein

P4SM is a proud project of One Mind Institute (IMHRO). We also recognize the Felton Institute for its meaningful contribution to our formation. Founded in 1889, Felton provides a vast array of outpatient services in the San Francisco Bay Area, including a multi-site early psychosis intervention program for youth, Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP).

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