Outreach and Support Intervention Services located in Raleigh NC

A program for adolescents and young adults with early onset psychosis, or individuals at risk for psychosis Creamery tighter shot

Many individuals with symptoms of early psychosis try to wait it out, in hopes that life will soon return to normal. But without the right kind of help early on, psychosis can get worse.

At UNC Wake OASIS, we know from experience that if people get the help they need when psychosis first hits, they'll have a better chance at getting on with their lives.

Our team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers from UNC-Chapel Hill specialize in treating early psychosis. Using research-based, best-practice clinical skills, we provide the following services to adolescents and young adults from 15-30 years of age:

      • Psychiatric and psychosocial assessments
      • Medication management
      • Therapy and support for individuals, families, and groups
      • Peer support

We believe the future continues to be bright for our adolescents and young adults.  That's why we also support our clients at work, school, and in relationships; work with their family and friends; and promote recovery and relapse-prevention.

For more information or to make a referral, call UNC OASIS Wake at 919.445.0401. .

Crisis and assessment services are available 24 hours a day at WakeBrook Crisis and Assessment, contact: 984.974.4800

Physical Address:
410 Glenwood  Ave. Suite 202  (The Creamery Building)
Raleigh, NC 27603

UNC OASIS  Wake is located along the shops of Raleigh's historic Glenwood Ave.  district, we are on the second floor of the Creamery building.  With support from SAMSHA, the North Carolina Department of Mental Health, and Alliance Behavior Healthcare, we serve residents within a 60 minute radius of Raleigh. Consultations available  beyond this range.



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