Mobile Psychiatric Emergency Response Team
A Psychiatric Mobile Response Team (PMRT) is a unit that provides psychiatric evaluations of suspects who appear to be in some form of mental crisis. In the United Kingdom they are called Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHTT).
United States of America
In Connecticut, a PMRT is a team of mental health workers. This may include Psychiatrists, Registered Nurses, MSW's (Social Workers), and Psychiatric Technicians. These units may intervene in both Juvenile and Adult situations.
The United Kingdom has a similar service run by NHS mental health trusts, Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHTT). A 24-hour service that provides same day initial psychiatric assessment and short term treatment in the community for people who might otherwise need admission to an acute psychiatric unit. 
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