28 February 2017

EI celebrates 10th anniversary

EI 10th anniversaryBristol Mental Health's Early Intervention in Psychosis (EI) Service is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The service - which supports people experiencing their first episode of psychosis - marked the milestone with a shared lunch this month. Staff were joined by colleagues from Colston Fort, where the service is based, for the occasion.

"It was great to mark such a positive milestone. I can't believe that it's been ten years already," says Rachel Esposito, Service Manager.

The service began in February 2007 with the aim of improving the support offered to people experiencing psychosis for the first time and their families. Since then the service has grown from having six members of staff to 23.

EI currently supports over 180 service users in Bristol aged 16-35. The Service offers a range of support packages, including talking therapies, activities and input from care coordinators.

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