RESTORE - First Episode Psychosis


Are you 16-40 years old and have trouble making sense of your thoughts, experiencing confusion, seeing and/or hearing things others do not?  Are you struggling with co-occurring substance abuse, anxiety, depression, or disruptive moods?

Contact Eyerly Ball’s Restore Team, which provides specialized treatment for First Episode of Psychosis.


Restore can help you (and your family) navigate the road to recovery from an episode of psychosis, including supporting efforts to function well at home, on the job, at school, and in the social world.  The RESTORE Program offers a team-based approach to treatment, including:

  1. Individual therapy focused on self-understanding and coping strategies
  2. Education for family members (or any support person)
  3. Employment/education support
  4. Medication management


The goal is recovery, which is defined as a person’s ability to experience a rewarding and meaningful life – even while the person may be managing or coping with existing symptoms.



To request a phone or in-person consultation, please contact the RESTORE team lead at Eyerly Ball’s Cropp Clinic:  515-243-5181.

Private/public client insurances and the Iowa Department of Human Services grant program fund the Restore Team.

While medication prescriber services are offered on the premises at Cropp Clinic and by telemedicine in our other offices by arrangement, additional Restore staff may schedule in our other office sites.



It is a loss of contact with reality which is often associated with severe depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, substance use or trauma.



  • Reduced concentration
  • Decreased motivation
  • Depressed mood
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Anxiety
  • Social withdrawal
  • Suspiciousness
  • Deterioration in functioning at work or in school
  • Hearing voices or seeing things that are not there
  • Confusion
  • Loss of contact with reality


Why is it important to get treatment as soon as possible?

Early intervention improves the quality of life and reduces long-term levels of cognitive impairment.  The longer a person goes untreated, the longer it takes to stabilize the psychotic symptoms.


Call 515-243-5181 for more information