Make a Referral

Learn how to make a referral for a young person in Michigan, ask our team questions, or request educational materials for your organization.

Common Signs of Early Psychosis

Michigan’s specialty care teams, NAVIGATE and ACT Early, specialize in working with young people ages 15-30 who are experiencing recent changes in thinking or sensory perceptions, such as:

  • Having troubling thoughts
  • Seeing or hearing things that others don’t
  • Having sudden trouble focusing or understanding what others are saying
  • Withdrawing from friends and family

Make a Referral

This form can be used to start the referral process for a young person 15-30 in Michigan, ask our team questions, or request educational materials or presentations for your community-based organization to learn more about early psychosis. We are available to partner with health providers, schools and community organizations who are working with young people who may be experiencing signs of early psychosis.

After you submit this form, a Michigan care team member will respond within 2 business days.

We have developed a number of resources for young people, families, caregivers, providers, and community members. Check out our resource library to learn more.