OC Center for Resiliency, Education, Wellness (OCCREW)

Serving: OC CREW serves young persons ages 14 to 25 who have experienced a first episode of psychosis in the last 12 months because of schizophreniform spectrum disorders. Services are also provided to the families of participants.

Facility: County Operated

Region: Countywide

Address: 792 Town & County, Building E, Orange CA 92868

Phone: (714) 480-5100   Fax: (714) 836-5801

Web Address: http://ochealthinfo.com/pi

Program Description: The Orange County Center for Resiliency Education and Wellness, (OC CREW) provides assessment, individual and/or family therapy, psychiatric services, vocational and educational assistance, Wellness Recovery Action Plans, and other wellness activities. Beginning in the summer of year 2011, evening Multifamily Psychoeducation Groups will be offered to participants and their families. Educational opportunities are also available to the greater community to learn more about psychosis, and how to improve the outcomes of young people who are affected by it.

Eligibility: Orange County residents ages 14-25 with psychotic symptoms not known to be caused by the effects of substance use, a known medical condition, depression, bipolar disorder or trauma

Language(s): English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Farsi, Armenian, Assyrian

Hours of Operation: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday - Friday; evening hours to begin with Multifamily Psychoeducation Groups Summer 2011

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