The end target typically falls between the ages of 15-25 years old who are experiencing or have experienced a first episode of psychosis within the past 18 months and who have not received treatment for psychotic symptoms for more than 3 months.
Some individuals can recognize their symptoms and may be seeking help. Some may not be aware of exactly what they have and will want to find out more information because they feel they need to reach out to understand their issue.
Providers and Partners
Providers and partners will refer individuals or the individual’s family to Enliven. These groups include: hospitals, law enforcement, the doctor’s office, our Nevada universities, schools, social services personnel and clinicians. Early treatment means a quicker recovery.
Family Members and Friends
These are people who are closest in the individual’s lives and are identified as being supportive in that person’s recovery process. They may be the one who senses or sees the signs or triggers, and is the catalyst that refers the person to Enliven.