Resources for coping after a natural disaster

Resources for coping after a natural disaster

by Katie Ashby, Sohye Kim, Melissa Ramsey, Nancy Wilson

 
Here are a few basic resources for coping with natural disasters:

Psychological first aid

  

Walking with people after natural disasters

 

Help for the caregiver

 

The Emotional Aftershocks of Trauma

Helping Children and Teens Cope with Loss

 

Helping Children after a Hurricane

 

For parents and caregivers

Trinka and Sam the Rainy Windy Day: a story developed to help young children and their families begin to talk about feelings and worries they may have after they have experienced a hurricane. (free PDF book in English and Spanish)
 

Sesame Street Support After An Emergency

Here for Each Other: Emergencies can be overwhelming, particularly for young children. Even in the most difficult of circumstances, families can find strength and resilience within their community. (video and online toolkit)