Prevention and Early Intervention

The Prevention programs offer services and activities to reduce risk factors and stressors that contribute to the development of a mental illness while also building and strengthening protective factors. Services include counseling, support groups, case management and linkage to community resources, and educational activities.

The Early Intervention Programs offer treatment and supportive services to individuals at the earliest signs of a mental condition. These programs engage individuals as early in the onset of their symptoms as possible and assist in reduce those symptoms before they progress. This proactive approach reduces or eliminates the need for extensive mental health services while reducing any prolonged distress to individuals. A wide range of treatments and support including screenings, assessments, individual and family therapies, and support groups are offered to individuals and family members.

community wholeness and enrichment

Community Wholeness and Enrichment Program

This program identifies & helps to manage the early onset of mental health symptoms in youth aged 16-25 and adults aged 26-59.

Family Resource Center

Family Resource Center

Find out more about programs offered at resource centers for children, youth, adults and parents.

military services

Military Services and Family Support Program

This program provides in home PEI behavioral health services to Active Duty, National Guard, Reservist or returned military and their families.