An Israeli trauma team is ready to assist family members who lost loved ones in the attack in Pittsburgh, as well as provide psychological treatment and emotional support to the Pittsburgh community:
"We are heading to Pittsburgh in order to treat those who witnessed the attack and anyone else from the community who feels the need for our assistance," said Miriam Ballin, director of United Hatzalah's Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit, who is leading the team. "We will be utilizing techniques and tools that we have developed here in Israel and have proven to be highly successful in assisting those who have suffered from similar incidents here."
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