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Our resources can help you and your loved ones prepare for the unexpected, as well as cope during and after a disaster or tragedy.

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Stress Reactions and Self-Care Strategies After a Traumatic Event

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After a Disaster: Helping Children Cope

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Supporting Coworkers and Others After a Traumatic Event

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General Disaster Resources

Family Preparedness
  • Family Emergency Plan (Ready.gov)* [PDF]
Helping Children Cope
  • After a Disaster: Helping Children Cope
  • How to Help Children Cope with Grief and Loss
  • Talking to Children About Death
  • Talking to Children About Death – Making Sense of the Senseless (Recording)
Self-Care and Support
  • Stress Reactions and Self-Care Strategies After a Traumatic Event
  • Get the Support You Need After a Traumatic Event
  • Listen to Disaster Recovery Tips (Recording)

Disaster Resources by Topic

Earthquakes

Earthquakes: A Guide to Before, During, and After*

Employer and Manager Resources

Disaster Preparedness

Critical Incident Stress Management Services

Emergency Preparedness for Business (CDC)* 

OSHA’s eTool to Help Businesses Implement an Emergency Action Plan (OSHA)*

Preparedness Planning for Your Business (U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security)* 

Supporting Employees After a Disaster

Helping Families Deal with the Stress of Relocation After a Disaster* [PDF]

Stress Reactions and Self-Care Strategies After a Traumatic Event 

Managing Distress on the Anniversary of a Traumatic Event 

Supporting Employees After a Hurricane (PowerPoint) [PDF] 

First Responder Resources

Helping Others

After a Disaster: Helping Children Cope 

Supporting Coworkers and Others After a Traumatic Event

Coping with the Death of a Coworker 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Deciding to Get Treatment for PTSD (HealthWise)*

Fear and Anger in PTSD (HealthWise)* 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (HealthWise)* 

Self-Care Strategies

Stress Reactions and Self-Care Strategies After a Traumatic Event 

Changing Lives by Integrating Mind and Body® (CLIMB) Podcasts 

Find a Therapist/Psychiatrist/Hospital 

Managing Stress Kit

Mind-Body Wellness (HealthWise)*

Floods

Floods: A Guide to Before, During, and After*

Tips for Filing a Flood Insurance Claim (FEMA)*

Hurricanes

Hurricanes: A Guide to Before, During, and After* 

Tornadoes

Tornadoes: A Guide to Before, During, and After* 

Violent Attacks/Traumatic Events

Get the Support You Need After a Traumatic Event

Coping with Fear of Violent Attacks and Terrorism

Coping with Violence in the Community

Dealing with the Impact of Violence 

In the Aftermath of a School Shooting – Information and Resources 

Coping in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting - Webcast

Managing Distress After a Violent Attack

Witnessing a Traumatic Event 

Wildfires

Coping with Loss Due to Fire

Wildfires: A Guide to Before, During, and After* 

Winter Storms

Winter Storms: A Guide to Before, During, and After* 

State and U.S. Territory Emergency Websites

We’ve put together a list of official government emergency websites by state or U.S. territory. You’ll find procedures, information, and helpful resources for what to do before, during, and after a disaster.

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachsetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico/ U.S. Virgin Islands Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Go to Website

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