Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)
Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) is an early intervention program serving young people who have had a first experience of psychosis within the last twelve months and who are within the age range of 12-27 years. Youth who are eligible for EASA can receive services at no charge regardless of insurance status.
EASA works with the identified youth who are experiencing psychosis, and their families, to provide the psycho education and support they need to continue on their life path. The clinical team includes a psychiatrist, master level therapists, occupational therapist, case manager/skills trainer, supported employment and education specialist, peer support partner and a program supervisor.
EASA services are based on practice guidelines developed by the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Center (EPPIC) in Melbourne, Australia and best practices being disseminated by the Federal center for mental health services.
For more information about psychosis and EASA programs around the state of Oregon, visit:
If you believe that you may be experiencing psychosis, take the survey below:
Portland State University Online Survey
For referrals, contact the EASA intake coordinator at 503-576-4690 and fill out this form:
Link for EASA flier
Embedded video on Psychosis