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Support tools

When you have the right resources 
and support, you have the power to 
stay on track in your or your loved 
one’s recovery process.

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Tools to stay on track

There are decisions to be made every step of the way along your treatment journey, but with the tools below, you and your Treatment Team can be ready to make more-informed choices that work for you.

  • Treatment Team Contact List keeps the contact information for everyone who is helping with your recovery all in one place
  • Making an Informed Treatment Choice gives you a space to organize your thoughts about what you would like out of your medication
  • Episode Action Plan lists the things that might trigger an episode, so you and your loved one can recognize them, and create strategies to help avoid them
  • Treatment Plan has support for you and your loved ones on your continued recovery journey, and offers space to organize your short-term and long-term goals
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Tools for caregivers

Being there for someone living with schizophrenia involves a lot of important decisions and record keeping, but with the right tools you can make it easier to keep track.

Your community 
is here to help

  • National Institute of Mental Health is the lead federal agency for mental disorder research. Its mission is to transform the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure.

    Phone: 1-866-615-6464

    Hours: 8:30 AM – 5 PM ET,

    Monday-Friday

  • Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of people for whom alcohol has become a major problem.

    Phone: 1-212-870-3400

  • Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship of people for whom drugs have become a major problem.

    Phone: 1- 818-773-9999 x771