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    Mobile Response Team

    The Mobile Response Team is available 24/7. Trained crisis intervention specialists respond the mental health emergencies throughout Palm Beach County. The team assesses a person's condition, determines the type of treatment needed and refers the person and/or family to services.

    1-877-858-7474 Website
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    9-8-8 Mental Health Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

    National, 24-hour mental health hotline.

    9-8-8 Website
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    National Alliance on Mental Illness Palm Beach County

    Family-to-Family — free 12-session course for caregivers of family members with severe mental illness

    561-588-3477 Website