Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA)

EASA

EASA provides information and support to young people who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time. Most people don't realize just how common and treatable psychosis can be.

Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) is a two-year outreach and treatment program for young people ages 15 to 25 who reside in Jackson County. Those who have experienced a first episode of psychosis or are having early signs of psychosis within the last year and whose symptoms are not caused by a medical condition or substance abuse are eligible to participate.

If you know a young person whom you may believe is showing early signs of psychosis, or you are experiencing symptoms yourself, please contact Jackson County EASA at 541-774-3333.

A link to a secure online form which gives youth access to a validated, evidence-based self-screening EASA tool is provided below. The tool provides instant results and customized resources based on the user’s responses. Users can choose to provide their contact information or remain anonymous and, if desired, download a copy of their responses to show to a provider.

Take the survey today!

Visit easacommunity.org for more info and to connect to the statewide community.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 988
SUICIDE & CRISIS LIFELINE

Jackson County Mental Health
Business & Scheduling Line: 541-774-3333