Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention Program

Type of Service

Early Intervention

Program Description

The Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention Program aims to enhance the recognition of early signs and symptoms of psychosis. The program's objective is to improve services to young persons in the early stages of psychosis. We provide community-based, recovery-focused interdisciplinary clinical services. The program services include the provision and coordination of treatment, education, case management, support and referrals. Model of service is recovery and bio-psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is up to three years.

Organization's Current Reported COVID-19 Response

CMHA Toronto main offices and 24/7 residential programs remain open with social distancing in effect. All drop-in programs and groups such as Routes, Pathways and Women’s Groups are suspended unless you have been notified if they are taking place online or over the phone. Our staff are providing peer support for members over the phone. Non-essential in-person appointments will be limited or rescheduled.

Program Restricted To


Access Information

Anyone can make a referral (family member, self, health care professional, community organization, etc.). Referrals are made through The Access Point.

User Costs

Program Cost No
Additional Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 416-640-1934

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 16 to 34 years of age.
Catchment Municipalities: (Toronto); Islington Avenue to Steeles and Victoria Park to the Lake
Wheelchair Access Yes


Policy Allowed


English Interpretation Services


Main Hours

Monday 0830-1630
Tuesday 0830-1630
Wednesday 0830-1630
Thursday 0830-1630
Friday 0830-1630