Taking Care of Yourself Guide

Here's a resource from experienced practitioner and educator, Darline Hunter.  She's provided coping techniques and strategies to deal with stress, loss and trauma, as well as information and resources for those who are dealing with the emotional and psychological effects of Harvey.

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Bay Area Turning Point

Provides advocacy in the areas of mental & behavioral health for victims of domestic or sexual violence.

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Legacy Community Health

Provides mental and behavioral healthcare along with medical, particularly in primary care, pediatrics and OBGYN.

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Innovative Alternatives

Mental and behavioral health, critical incident stress debriefing (CISD).  Provides transportation assistance for clients.

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Center for Disease Control

CDC's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is activated to bring together CDC and ATSKR staff to work efficiently to support the local, state and federal response to public health needs in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

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Warning Signs and Risk Factors

Be ware of the warning signs that may come after a natural disaster for adults, teens, and first responders and recovery workers.

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Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event: Managing Stress

Printable resource with tips on how to manage stress during these events from SAMHSA.

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