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Published: October 2020
Disaster survivors are not always aware of behaviors in themselves or others that are associated with adverse reactions to a disaster. This poster assists adult disaster survivors with identifying possible reactions and provides resources to turn to for help. Los sobrevivientes de acontecimientos catastróficos no siempre están conscientes de los comportamientos, sea en sí mismos o en otras personas, que están relacionados con reacciones adversas a estas experiencias. Este póster ayuda a los adultos que han sobrevivido un acontecimiento catastrófico a ide.
Published: August 2019
After a disaster, survivors may feel angry about the ways in which the disaster has changed their lives. This tip sheet helps survivors to understand that anger can be a common response to a traumatic event. The tip sheet also includes anger management techniques and where to turn to for help.
Spotlight: Building Resilient and Trauma-Informed Communities –Worcester, MA: Healing Community by Sharing the Lived Experiences
Published: February 2017
The SAMHSA Spotlight Series highlights different approaches to building trauma-informed, resilient communities. This issue focuses on the Central Massachusetts Recovery Learning Community in Worcester, Massachusetts. It highlights the importance of educating communities about peer-to-peer support as a treatment for trauma-informed care.