Volunteers Wanted for a Research Study Evaluation of Community Participation Efforts in Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) Programs for Transition-Aged Youth with Early Psychosis

This study will develop and validate criteria for assessing the degree to which early psychosis programs (i.e., coordinated specialty care or CSC) are promoting a broad range of developmentally appropriate community participation outcomes for program participants.

We are looking for 20 members who are interested in forming a national advisory group to aid us in using a stakeholder-driven approach to identify and validate criteria that can be used to evaluate CSC programs in terms of their community participation-orientation 

Advisory group members must be at least one of the following:

  • A transition aged-youth with early psychosis who has been/is involved with a CSC program (must be between the ages of 18 and 30)
  • A family member of transition-aged youth who has been/is involved with a CSC program
  • A CSC thought leader

*Must have access to a computer and video conferencing technology

Participants will be involved in the study for 9 months over the course of a 20 month period and can earn up to $600 for full participation in advisory group activities.

If you are interested in participating in this study, you may contact research staff at 215-204-5593 or at tucollab@temple.edu

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