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    Mental Health America of Palm Beach County

    Based in West Palm Beach, local information and services related to mental health, including support groups and an online screening test

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    National Alliance on Mental Illness Palm Beach County

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    Non-governmental, nonprofit organization offering local safety programs, services and education materials to reduce health hazards and prevent injury for both personal and economic loss, including information for teen drivers and child safety. Programs include Behind the Wheel Driver Education; Baby In Back! and Mobile Eyes, which provides $100 to anyone who calls 911 to report a dangerous or erratic driver and identifies themselves as a Mobile Eyes caller.

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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.

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