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World’s first mental health ambulance in Sweden

by Futures Centre, Jan 23
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The world’s first mental health ambulance arrives in Sweden | Apolitical

Over 1,500 suicides and 15,000 suicide attempts are reported annually in Sweden. In order to tackle this, Stockholm’s care services have introduced the Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PAM) – an ambulance dedicated only to mental health care. It’s the first of its kind in the world, essentially an emergency response therapy room that can travel at 70 miles per hour.

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