EDIPPP is a treatment and research initiative with the potential to dramatically improve the way we address the mental health needs of adolescents and young adults.
On March 28th 2013, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation convened a group of thought leaders in mental health research, advocacy, treatment and policy to discuss results from the five-year $16 million Early Detection and Intervention for the Prevention of Psychosis Program (EDIPPP) study.
Attendees discussed the growing body of early intervention research and ways to support broader adoption of these models towards creating a prevention-based mental health system. Download the agenda and see below for the meeting materials.
- Case Study: California's Approach to Early Intervention and Prevention of Psychosis
- Case Study: Oregon's Approach to Early Intervention and Prevention of Psychosis
- Issue Brief: Preventing Psychosis in Young People
- JAMA Psychiatry Article: "The Psychosis High-Risk State"