Project RISE (Recovery and Intervention in Early Schizophrenia)
Boston Medical Center
850 Harrison Avenue, Dowling
8th Floor, Boston, MA 02118

 

Project RISE, as part of BMC, cares for a uniquely diverse community. They have a strong relationship with the Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights, which provides trauma-informed behavioral health care to patients who have experienced torture, violence, and other trauma. As the largest safety-net hospital in New England, Project RISE is committed to serving those most in need regardless of ability to pay. Located in the South End, Project RISE is also at the intersection of some of the poorest and most ethnically diverse communities in Boston, including Roxbury and Dorchester. Robust translation services are available and staff are skilled at working across cultural barriers and who reflect the ethnic, linguistic, gender, and socioeconomic backgrounds and experiences of all patients.


Eligibility

Age: 15-35 years old
Diagnosis: Primary psychotic disorder; individuals who have started to experience symptoms of psychosis within 3 years of the initial referral to Project RISE.


Services

Diagnostic services:
Psychiatric assessment

Treatment services:
Psychopharmacology
Individual therapy
Family and Network meetings
Group therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis
Substance abuse counseling
Crisis services
Psychoeducation
Health and Wellness


Cost

Please check if your insurance is accepted by clicking this link:
https://www.bmc.org/visiting-us/insurance


Contact

Hannah Brown, MD: Hannah.Brown2@bmc.org