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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
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Solihull Early Intervention Service

Solihull's Early Intervention Service (EIS) works with 16-35 year olds experiencing their first episode of untreated psychosis. By encouraging service users to become actively involved in our service, we aim to achieve recovery within the critical period of 3 years.

We work with young people on all aspects of their lives, including mental wellbeing, social functioning, employment and general quality of life.

The service aims to treat and support young people in order to reduce the debilitating effects of psychotic illness by reducing hospitalisation and symptoms, improving service user’s social functioning – especially their employment and employability, quality of life, service satisfaction and assisting with their recovery and aspirations.

What is psychosis
What can our service offer you
Caring for someone with psychosis
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