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Post-Disaster Emotional Health Brochures (SAMHSA, etc.)

Also see 24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 ~ Post-Fire Coping and Free Counseling ~ Free Acupuncture for Fire Survivors & First Responders

From this SAMHSA page »

Other Documents

Helping Children and Youth Cope after a Traumatic Event »

A Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers

Mental Health Resource Guide »

Local phone numbers

Supporting Someone after a Disaster »

Tips for Survivors – Grief »

Tips for Survivors – Stress »

Post-Traumatic Stress Reactions »

Managing Triggers

The combination of triggers, reminders, and chronic stress can create intense physical and emotional reactions that make it hard for you to stay calm. If you learn to manage these distressing reactions, you can reduce their negative effects on decision-making, interpersonal life, daily functioning, sleep, and physical health. You can also reduce the risk of substance abuse or other maladaptive coping responses.

Skills for Crisis Recovery   Slides from a PowerPoint presentation (pdf format)

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