2018 Newsletter Editions
WINTER EDITION 2018
Disaster Behavioral Health Preparedness
FEATURING: Featured trainings, readiness technology, other resources and more.
2017 Newsletter Editions
SUMMER EDITION 2017
Exercises and Trainings
FEATURING: Featured trainings, Behavioral Health Providers Survey, Medicare and Medicaid Programs, resources and more.
SPRING EDITION 2017
Disaster Mental Health Trainings
FEATURING: Training information, Planning and Functional Access Needs, Tips for responders, Exercise Opportunity and more.
2016 Newsletter Editions
WINTER EDITION 2016
Preparing for the Holiday Season
FEATURING: Resiliency in disaster behavioral health, public health preparedness exercises, ensuring readiness and building resistance.
FALL EDITION 2016
September is National Preparedness Month
FEATURING: CMS Rule Changes, Planning Behavioral Health Treatment, Parental Grief and PTSD and cognitive decline.
SPRING EDITION 2016
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month
FEATURING: Transition to Maine Responds, Activities for Children to Promote Recovery after Disaster, and more.
2015 Newsletter Editions
WINTER EDITION 2015
Thank You to Maine's Disaster Behavioral Health Volunteers
FEATURING: Social Vulnerability, Katrina - 10 years later, and Natural Disaster & Severe Weather Resources.
FALL EDITION 2015
Disaster Behavioral Health Retreat Training
FEATURING: Suicide Awareness Resources, CASPAR and PsySTART Assessments, and TIP 10.
SPECIAL EDITION 2015
Volunteers need to self-register in Maine Responds.
FEATURING: Maine Prepares for Summer, Community Resilience, and Maine DBH Response Plan.
SPRING EDITION 2015
Strengthening your emotional well-being ahead of the flood
FEATURING: TAP 34, Safety After a Flood, and Planning for Vulnerable Populations.
2014 Newsletter Editions
WINTER EDITION 2014
Know the signs of stress and fatigue
FEATURING: Volunteers Respond to Fire, Maine Ebola Response Plan, and other Ebola Info & Resources.
SPRING EDITION 2014
New Disaster Behavioral Health Resources
FEATURING: Tips to Help College Students Cope, Regional Meetings, and Local Trainings.