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Early Intervention Services for Older Adults

The Early Intervention Services for Older Adults (EISOA) program provides behavioral health early intervention services to older adults ages 50 years and older who are experiencing the early onset of a mental health condition and/or who are at greatest risk of developing behavioral health conditions due to isolation or other risk factors, such as substance use disorders, physical health decline, cognitive decline, elder abuse or neglect, loss of independence, premature institutionalization and suicide attempts. Participants are referred from senior centers, Family Resource Centers, community centers, faith-based organizations and the PEI Outreach to Increase Recognition of Early Signs of Mental Illness program.