WHO WE ARE
Students With Psychosis is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that empowers student leaders and advocates worldwide through community building and collaboration. We provide over 160+ hours monthly of virtual programming at no cost to our student leaders and advocates with at least five hours facilitated each day and opportunities to get more involved.
Students With Psychosis envisions a world where no student or advocate living with psychosis worldwide goes without community and access to education.
Students With Psychosis values (1) the lived experience perspective in leadership positions, (2) both the accurate and respectful representation of people living with psychosis, (3) community, workplace, and educational environments to not only be supportive but also empowering to people living with psychosis, (4) a person’s worth is not determined by grades or degree level, and (5) shared decision making in treatment options. Students With Psychosis does not promote any particular treatment options.
Students With Psychosis empowers students and advocates living with psychosis worldwide through community building and collaboration.
Students With Psychosis aims to expand mental health/brain health advocacy at the college level to ensure psychosis representation, including a global perspective. Too often is psychosis left out of the mental health/brain health conversation on college campuses, and our narrative is also often limited, excluding intersectional community members.
Our primary objectives include: (1) growing and connecting our virtual and in-person programs, (2) organizing outreach initiatives, and (3) founding in-person college clubs/affiliates/hubs.