HELPING SURVIVORS COPE WITH GRIEF AFTER A DISASTER OR TRAUMATIC EVENT In stock for ordering This fact sheet provides Health Care Practitioners and Disaster Responders with guidelines for communicating with survivors experiencing grief. It give background information about the grieving process and what happens when the grief process is interrupted and complicated or traumatic grief occurs is included as well as helpful resources for additional assistance. Publication ID SMA17-5036 Publication Date December 2017 Format Fact Sheet Download Tips for Health Care Practitioners and Responders: Helping Survivors Cope PDF 2.07 MB Order Print Publication Quantity Max Order Limit 10 Orders exceeding the maximum quantity limit require authorization. Find Related Information Audience Disaster Response Workers as Audience Prevention Professionals Professional Care Providers You May Also Be Interested In Coping With Grief After Community Violence This fact sheet discusses tips on how to cope with grief after an incident of community violence. It introduces common signs of grief and anger, and offers tips for helping children deal with grief. Tips for Survivors: Coping With Grief After a Disaster or Traumatic Event This tip sheet contains information about grief, the grieving process, and what happens when the process is interrupted and complicated or traumatic grief occurs. It also offers tips and resources for coping with both types of grief. SAMHSA Disaster In a disaster, it's essential that behavioral health responders have the resources they need—when and where they need them. The free SAMHSA Disaster App offers first responders immediate access for any type of traumatic event at every phase of response, including pre-deployment preparation, on-the-ground assistance and post-deployment resources. Diabetes Care for Clients in Behavioral Health Treatment This advisory reviews diabetes and how it relates to mental illness, stress, and substance use disorders. It highlights ways to integrate diabetes care into behavioral health treatment, such as screening and intake, staff education, integrated care, and counseling support. How To Cope With Sheltering in Place This fact sheet provides tips for coping with sheltering in place. It explains common reactions when sheltering in place, and provides recommendations for caring for oneself and the family. Psychosocial Issues for Children and Adolescents in Disasters This guide offers resources for those working with children in the wake of disaster. It discusses theories of child development as applied to a youth experiencing the fear, anxiety, and trauma of disaster. The guide also offers practical suggestions, case studies, and a resource guide.