Early Intervention Service
The Early Intervention Service (EIS) has produced a selection of leaflets answering common questions relating to mental health. Please note that you must be referred to the EIS by your GP to access the service.
- Service information
- Operational policy
- Family interventions
- Self-harm and young people
- Unusual experiences we all have from time to time
- What is psychosis?
- Psychosis associated with pregnancy
- Psychosis: you and your reactions
- What is a mental health break down?
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General guidance: Contact us
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, Trust Headquarters,
Littlemore Mental Health Centre, Sandford Road, Littlemore, Oxford OX4 4XN
- Switchboard: 01865 901 000
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk
Become a member of our Foundation Trust: www.ohftnhs.uk/membership
Page last reviewed: 1 June, 2022