The ‘Reverse Disparity’ in Psychosis Care
Every year, 100,000 Americans — mostly teens and young adults — experience their first psychotic episode. Research shows getting specialized, holistic treatment early can help, but most people don’t get that care. KQED’s April Dembosky shares her reporting on why early treatment for psychosis can be so hard to get.
April Dembosky, Health Correspondent, KQED News
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