Psychosis is a medical condition that is characterized by a person’s loss of contact with reality. It affects their thoughts, perceptions, and/or behaviours. Psychosis is commonly associated with schizophrenia, and sometimes with depression and bipolar disorder. It can also be a result of illicit drug use. Please see below for organizations that can provide more information about psychosis–what it is, how to cope with it, and treatment possibilities.




Centre for Addiction and Mental Health 416-535-8501
1 800 463-2338
Information on the symptoms of psychosis [E]ON
CAYR (Douglas Hospital)514-761-6131 x3381Assessment and prevention for youth at risk of psychosis [E/F] (referral needed)Montreal (Verdun)
Early Psychosis InterventionWebsiteInfo on symptoms and treatment of psychosis for youth [E]BC
Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic (EPIC)514-934-1934 x36178Treatment and prevention for first-episode psychosis [E/F] (referral needed)Montreal
Mind Your Mind (MYM)WebsiteOnline support group for consumers & their families, coping tools [E]Canada
Mood Disorders Association of Ontario1-888-486-8236Information on early psychosis in young people [E]ON
PEPP-Montreal (Douglas Hospital)514-888-4453Early intervention psychosis treatment for 1st episodes in people 14-35 [E/F] (referral needed)Montreal (Verdun)
Psychosis 1011 888-495-7830
Information on symptoms, myths, and treatment of psychosis [E/F]ON