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Gloucestershire Recovery in Psychosis (GRiP)

GRiP works with young people aged between 14 and 35 who are experiencing or who are at risk of experiencing a first episode of psychosis. GRiP is sometimes called ‘the early intervention service’.

The support you receive from us can last for three to four years. We can help you to recover from your psychotic episode and reduce the chance of you experiencing further episodes.

Our service is made up of a team of professionals who have a lot of experience of working with people with psychosis. When you are first referred to us you will meet someone from the team who will talk to you and, if you wish, your family about what you have been experiencing.

You can read more about the GRiP team by clicking the links on the right.

I have been referred to GRiP, what happens next?

Once referred you will be assessed by two members of the team. This usually happens within 10 working days and will take place somewhere you are comfortable. This can be at your home, at any 2gether base, including 44 London Road, or in another mutually convenient place such as a coffee shop. The assessment will allow us to see whether you fit the criteria for the GRiP Team.

If you do you will be allocated a care co-ordinator and a care plan will be created. However, if we believe that you are not suffering from a psychotic episode, we will refer you to a team more suited to your needs and signpost you to places that may be able to help.

Click here to read some of the experiences of family members of individuals that have used the GRiP service.

Our contact details

You can contact the GRiP team on 01452 894178.

Write to:
Gloucestershire Recovery in Psychosis (GRiP)
44 London Road

Click here to view a map of our location.

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