Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust’s Youthspace programme focuses on youth mental health and is set to launch a psychosis awareness campaign in South Birmingham in the new year.

Youthspace’s website provides information and advice on youth mental health issues, including a comprehensive explanation of psychosis.

From Youthspace:

Join us on Saturday 7th January 2012 at Northfield Shopping Centre, ALDI in Selly Oak, Morrisons in Rubery and Harborne High Street between 10am – 4pm to launch our Psychosis awareness campaign.

Our goal is to help improve awareness of the symptoms of psychosis, and to help young people and carers know where, when and how to get help.

1 in 100 people are affected by Psychosis; they may hear voices or experience paranoia but the earlier they seek help the quicker the recovery period, so…

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