Psychotic Disorders

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Disorders that are characterized by psychogenic disturbances including delusions and/or hallucinations that are of such magnitude that there is personality disintegration and loss of contact with reality.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Mental Health ServicesProvides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation, treatment, and after care planning for adults. The unit has been designed to promote wellness and the physical layout is intended to resemble home surroundings. Milieu therapy is considered an important method of treatment, along with family involvement in treatment.ClintonADULT MENTAL HEALTHUNIVERSITY OF VERMONT HEALTH NETWORK CVPH
Support ServicesParsons Child and Family Center provides services through Office of Mental Health regarding outpatient program for young adults ages 16 to 30. These services are for those who had onset of psychotic symptoms within the last 2 years. Program offers medication management, individual/family therapy, supported education and employment, peer services, nursing, and 24/7 crisis availability.AlbanyON TRACK NEW YORKPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER

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