Why alerting youth to schizophrenia signs is critical

At age 25, Renea Mohammed was an ambitious young woman, studying for a master’s in library sciences at UBC. Then people started whispering about her. “At first, it was people who I knew,”she recalled in a phone conversation with the Georgia Straight. Soon, strangers were talking about her too. “People on the bus—I’d think they were looking at me and talking about me, like they’d be spying on me.…I started to think I was being followed when I went out.”[Link to Full Georgia Straight Article