Mental health outreach is among the services offered by a King County medical vehicle that took to the streets starting last summer. Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier wants to launch two mobile response teams here focusing on people in behavioral health crisis.
Mental health outreach is among the services offered by a King County medical vehicle that took to the streets starting last summer. Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier wants to launch two mobile response teams here focusing on people in behavioral health crisis. Alan Berner Seattle Times file photo, 2016
Mental health outreach is among the services offered by a King County medical vehicle that took to the streets starting last summer. Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier wants to launch two mobile response teams here focusing on people in behavioral health crisis. Alan Berner Seattle Times file photo, 2016

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