Who we are:
The Felton (re)MIND® early psychosis program delivers comprehensive treatment grounded in wellness, recovery and resilience to people experiencing early signs and symptoms of a psychotic disorder, as well as providing families the tools to support their loved ones in their recovery process. Our mission is to transform the treatment and perception of psychosis – and by extension the lives of young people and their families – by intervening early with evidence-based, culturally responsive and rigorous diagnostic assessment and treatment, so that within five years of engaging in services most cases of psychosis are treated to remission.
- Provide outreach and services to identify and treat early signs and symptoms of psychosis
- Prevent psychotic disorders from becoming severe and disabling
- Assist clients to mitigate and cope with symptoms in a way that allows them to achieve their personal life goals
- Reduce rates of suicide, school failure and dropout, emergency hospitalization, unemployment, and incarceration
- Reduce the stigma associated with psychosis
- Ensure that underserved populations have timely access to culturally responsive evidence-based treatment
Who We Serve
(re)MIND® is a coordinated specialty care model for early detection and treatment of psychosis. Participants have begun experiencing signs and symptoms of psychosis within the past two years.
To be eligible for (re)MIND®, participants must:
- Be a Marin County resident
- Have MediCal Insurance
- Have experienced full psychosis for the first time in the past 2 years
- Be 14-35 years old
To talk with someone about referral to (re)MIND® Marin, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-747-8178.
You can learn more about referrals – whether you are calling for yourself or are a clinician calling on behalf of a client – on our Intake Process Page.
Psychoeducational Presentations: To talk with someone about scheduling a talk about early psychosis, please email email@example.com or call 415-747-8178.
If you or a family member are in immediate crisis contact 911 or one of the resources listed below.
- Mobile Crisis: 415-473-6392
- Crisis Stabilization Unit: 415-473-6666
- SF Suicide Prevention: 415-781-0500
- Behavioral Health Access Center: 1-888-818-1115
- Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255
The Reality of Psychosis PDF
- Belief vs. Reality. Common beliefs about psychosis, along with the actual facts.
Illustrated Felton Early Psychosis Programs Comics
Felton CCOR™ Trifold Brochures
Back to School: Toolkits
- PART ONE: Student and Family Toolkits to Support the Full Inclusion of Students with Early Psychosis in Higher Education (nasmhpd.org)
- PART TWO: Campus Staff & Administration Toolkits to Support the Full Inclusion of Students with Early Psychosis in Higher Education (nasmhpd.org)
- Supporting Student Success in Higher Education Beyond the Clinic: The Opportunity for Early Intervention Programs (nasmhpd.org)
Felton Institute – (re)MIND® Marin
For more information regarding the Felton Early Psychosis Program in Marin, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-747-8178.
Location: 361 3rd St. Ste B, San Rafael, CA 94901-3580
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, call first for an appointment
For general questions regarding the Felton Institute Early Psychosis Programs, please email Adriana Furuzawa at email@example.com or call 415-474-7310, extension 314.