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Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network

For more information please visit our new website for the Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network.

About: The Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network is a Connecticut-wide initiative, hosted by the STEP program, dedicated to improving outcomes for individuals and families impacted by recent onset psychosis.

Our Mission: The Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network's mission is to promote workforce development, community education, and family support throughout the state of Connecticut to transform access, care quality, and outcomes for individuals and families impacted by recent onset psychosis.

  • Workforce Development: We're committed to workforce development of community mental health providers to increase the capacity of early psychosis treatment across Connecticut.
  • Community Education: We provide community education and outreach to promote awareness, early detection, and rapid access to care for early psychosis.
  • Family Support: We provide workshops and virtual resources to educate and empower families and caregivers impacted by early psychosis.

Visit our website to learn more about the Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network’s current offerings.

Our Team
Laura Yoviene Sykes, PhD, Director
Vinod Srihari, MD, Founder
Maria Ferrara, MD, Co-facilitator, Content ExpertOur Partners:

Our Funders
Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Yale Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine
Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)
CHDI / CONNECT III

Our Partners
Project ECHO
NAMI CT
FAVOR
PRIME Clinic

For more information please visit our new website for the Connecticut Early Psychosis Learning Health Network.

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