Videos of young people describing their experience with psychosis and receiving services from an OnTrackNY Program.

Members of the OnTrackNY team at Northern Rivers in Albany, N.Y., share their perspectives on psychosis, treatment, and recovery

Center for Practice Innovations, Columbia University
Animated video explaining psychosis.

OnTrackNY Program

Voices of Recovery videos
24 brief clips featuring individuals speaking about their own or their loved ones experience with psychosis.

Access to OnTrackNY’s facebook page, blog, youth council updates and monthly newsletter

Living Well with Schizophrenia
Informational YouTube channel of a young person in recovery with schizoaffective disorder.

MindMapCT YouTube

Video clips of young people sharing their stories about recovery with psychosis.

Education about psychosis and correcting myths about treatment

Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis (STEP), Yale School of Medicine
Coping Guide: When Someone in Your Family Has Psychosis

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario
“A Siblings Guide to Psychosis” is a guide that provides information and support to teens and young adults who have a brother or sister experiencing psychosis.

Orygen Youth Health
The website has a fact sheet on psychosis and young people.

National Alliance for Mental Illness
The organization offers support, advocacy, and education for families and caregivers.

Esmé Weigun Wang, author of “The Collected Schizophrenias”
Wang discusses her essay collection and her own diagnosis

Hearing Voices Network
An international network with fundamental belief that are many ways to understand the experience of voice hearing and other unusual or extreme states. There are also support groups across the United States.

TED Talks

Eleanor Longden, “The Voices in My Head”

Cecilia McGough, a student diagnosed with schizophrenia, helps empower college students through the nonprofit Students with Schizophrenia

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
The 24-hour, toll-free confidential hotline helps anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, 800.273.TALK (8255).