HereToHelp and the BC Schizophrenia Society are proud to present an award-winning show that mixes music and brain science to educate young people and their teachers about psychosis, a serious and treatable brain condition affecting 3% of youth between the ages of 16 and 25.
Students are part of the show when they participate in this high-energy, interactive and entertaining presentation, which provides life-saving brain science while countering stereotypes and misinformation around mental illness.
ReachOut is presented free of charge to secondary schools in B.C. and is designed for a seated audience of 300 or more, grades 10-12. Our program is endorsed by early psychosis clinicians and programs and has received rave reviews from students, teachers, and counselors across British Columbia. Visit our testimonials page to see how we’re making a difference.
We reach 20,000 students a year with our life-saving brain science and music presentation. See where we’ve been and where we’re going next.
Can’t make it in person? Remote communities can now watch a video broadcast of our live performance and book a virtual Q & A with our performers. Click here to find out more.
Tell us what you think! Our online evaluation form takes only minutes to complete and it helps us understand how we can do even better. As a thank you, we’ll enter you into our grand prize draw featuring prizes from our wonderful sponsors.
Not a school? ReachOut Psychosis has performed at community events across the province. Our show can be adapted to work for different audiences. Get in touch with our friendly coordinators to find out if ReachOut is right for your community event. With some exceptions for special audiences, we require a guaranteed seated audience of 200 or more to perform free of charge. If the location is outside the lower mainland and timing can’t be combined with an existing tour week, travel costs may need to be reimbursed.