Support & Resources

Find out if a treatment may be right for you or a loved one

We understand that living with the symptoms of schizophrenia may feel overwhelming at times. That's why speaking openly with your doctor about your treatment options is important.

This personalized guide can help you get ready for your next doctor visit.

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Online healthcare providers may also be an option for you. With online appointments, you can connect with a healthcare professional from your phone or computer. See one of many online options below.

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More questions about CAPLYTA?

If you’d like to learn more about schizophrenia and getting started with CAPLYTA, we’re here for you. You can download our guide for patients and caregivers for answers to many of your questions.

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Resources for patients & caregivers

There are many organizations out there that can help people with schizophrenia and their loved ones form important connections with others.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Website: nami.org

NAMI is an organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans with mental illness.

NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health)

Website: nimh.nih.gov

The National Institute of Mental Health is the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Website: suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Telephone: 1-800-273-8255

If you are ever having suicidal thoughts, or just need someone to talk to, people are on call 24/7 and ready to help. You can also chat online with a specialist.

MHA (Mental Health America)

Website: mentalhealthamerica.net

Mental Health America is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness.

US Department of Health & Human Services

Website: hhs.gov

It is the mission of the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans.

AFSP (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention)

Website: afsp.org

AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research, and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.

Caregivers need care, too

As a caregiver, you are so important to the health and wellbeing of the person you're caring for. We know that you help in so many ways, small and large, every day. It may be rewarding work, but we understand that it can also be stressful, both mentally and physically.

That's why it's so important to take some time for yourself, even if it's just a little bit a day. It'll help you be your best for yourself and your loved one.

Here's a simple checklist to help make sure you check in with yourself on a regular basis:

Stay connected with others

Social connections make us stronger and less stressed out. Make a point of talking with a friend or family member on a regular basis.

Exercise

Physical activity not only makes us feel good, but it gives us the strength and energy to keep going. Even a few 10-minute sessions a day will make a difference.

Watch what you eat

Eating whole, healthy foods will make you feel better. That means avoiding processed foods, sugars and carbs, which can make you tired and moody.

Have fun

Be sure to take a little time for yourself each day. Being playful and doing the things you enjoy can help your overall health.

Time for relaxation

Try meditation, yoga or mindfulness. Whatever lets you let go of stress will help you maintain balance in everyday life.