ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A new mental illness program, aimed at curbing psychosis among teens, is introduced at the University of New Mexico hospital.
The Farmington Daily Times reports the Early Assessment and Resource Linkage for Youth program will look at how to detect symptoms by age-14.
According to the medical director of the program, the project will offer training for families to recognize signs earlier and to raise questions concerning homework confusion, sleeplessness and depression.
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