Do you dream of finishing your degree or getting - and keeping - a good job? Don't let schizophrenia stop you. It's true that having the illness multiplies the challenges you'll face at work or school. But with treatment and the right support, you can still set your sights on a dream - and make it come true.Get 3 steps to success, and solutions for common problems ›
Living with Schizophrenia
If you have schizophrenia, it’s important to be prepared in the event a relapse or acute psychotic episode occurs. Having a crisis plan in place is necessary to ensure that if an event happens, you get the help you need. Learn more ›
Are You Winning the Battle Against Schizophrenia?
If you're a caregiver for a loved one with schizophrenia, you already know how to be caring and giving toward someone else. But who takes good care of you? In a recent survey, nearly two-thirds of schizophrenia caregivers said they had trouble finding time for themselves. Many also reported feeling lonely, isolated, worried and burned out.Get the 5 top tips for caregivers to lighten the load ›
Spotlight on Schizophrenia
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What to Ask Your Doctor About Schizophrenia
Be prepared to ask the right questions at your next doctor’s appointment for schizophrenia.
Did You Know?View Source
People with schizophrenia are 3 times more likely than the general population to be addicted to nicotine.