From:Disaster Information Outreach by Librarians
Here are some resources to aid
(thanks to others on the list who have provided these resources during past events).
Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990
The helpline is also available in Spanish, by text and by TTY.
Talking to Children about the Shooting
Tips for Parents on explaining media coverage to children
Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals
Psychological First Aid for Schools Field Operations Guide
Coping with Crisis – Helping Children With Special Needs
Facing Fear: Helping Young People Deal with Terrorism and Tragic Events – for ages 5 to 7.
Activity Book for African American Families: Helping Children Cope with Crisis
After a Crisis: Helping Young Children Heal – checklist
Parent Tips for Helping Preschool-Age Children after Disasters
Effective Coordination of Recovery Resources for State, Tribal, Territorial and Local Incidents
This recovery coordination guide outlines best practices and approaches for states, tribes, and territories to help enable a more effective recovery for local communities after an incident of any size or scale. Building on the principles and concepts outlined in the National Disaster Recovery Framework, this guide will better position recovery stakeholders to lead, coordinate and support impacted communities in a more efficient, effective and equitable manner. It is designed to be applied after an incident, either in concert with existing pre-incident recovery plans or to enhance post-incident planning efforts.
Disaster Distress Helpline … Call 1-800-985-5990. It’s Free. It’s Confidential.
The national Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH) provides 24/7 crisis counseling and support for disaster survivors, loved ones of victims, and first responders, rescue & recovery workers.
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