The Dialogue: Cultural and Population Sensitivity in Disaster Behavioral Health Programs Volume 14, Issue 3-4 This special double issue of The Dialogue from the SAMHSA Disaster Technical Assistance Center (DTAC) highlights the process of working with special populations before, during, … Read More
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The mission of behavioral health disaster response is to assist individuals in coping with the immediate psychological aftermath of the disaster, mitigate additional stress and psychological harm, and to promote the development of resilience techniques and coping strategies that individuals, responders and communities may be able to utilize throughout recovery.
The Maine Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team (DBHRT) needs more members to fully represent the communities where you live. Sign up and share your skills and community knowledge to help all Maine residents. Help safeguard Maine by becoming a volunteer.
This course is intended for members of emergency response as well as other city and county services that become a part of a community response to a bombing incident. This interactive, Instructor facilitated program employs case studies, lessons learned, validated … Read More
On Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET, ED’s OSHS and REMS TA Center hosted a Webinar on how K-12 schools and school districts can better prepare for reunification after a community-wide disaster. Presenters discussed issues … Read More
In partnership with community leaders, the Resilient Children/Resilient Communities Initiative analyzed, recommended and implemented procedures, training, and guidance to help build child-focused community resilience to disasters. The RCRC Toolbox is a dynamic collection of resources developed and curated throughout this … Read More
This child-friendly Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction was developed in consultation with children by the Children in a Changing Climate coalition (ChildFund Alliance, Plan International, Save the Children, UNICEF, and World Vision). The document supports processes of child-friendly accountability … Read More
Few events are as devastating as a school shooting. Maybe discussing mass violence with your kids wasn’t on your parenting radar before. But it is now. Hiding these terrible events from children isn’t an option: Kids see news coverage on … Read More
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Preparing emergency kits for your family is an important step in keeping them safe and healthy during a disaster.