During the first six months after a psychiatric hospitalization for schizophrenia, adults offered a mobile relapse prevention intervention used the intervention regularly and correctly, despite the fact that they were not clinically stable. They used the intervention at least once a week for 26 weeks, and on average they used the intervention 3.5 times per week. About 44% of those with access to the intervention used it about 4.3 days every week for five to six months. The intervention, called FOCUS, is a technology-assisted relapse prevention and illness self-management program. Its pre-set and on-demand . . .