Download only Parents and caregivers may not always understand and be able to identify behaviors in children and youth that are associated with adverse reactions to a disaster. This poster provides information on possible adverse reactions in children as well as where to get help. Publication ID PEP19-01-01-004 Publication Date August 2019 Last Reviewed August 2019 Format Poster Download Youth and child reactions to a disaster PDF 703.28 KB Related Resources Helping Older Adults After Disasters: A Guide to Providing Support Tips for Survivors: Coping with Anger After a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event Have You Experienced a Disaster? Poster pertaining to adult reactions Find Related Information Audience Parents & Caregivers Population Group Adolescents as Population Group Children as Population Group Families Parents You May Also Be Interested In SAMHSA's Disaster Kit This toolkit arms disaster recovery workers with materials that aid in responding effectively to the general public during and after a disaster, and in dealing with workplace stress. The toolkit includes SAFE-T practice guidelines, and suicide prevention wallet cards. It also includes guides for parents, caregivers, teachers, and others. Access the Disaster Kit on your mobile phone by downloading the SAMHSA Disaster App. Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event: Coping with Retraumatization This brochure explains the signs and symptoms of retraumatization. Gives guidance on how to manage the symptoms. It provides resources for building resilience and an adequate support system for dealing with triggering events. Suicide Prevention Dialogue with Consumers and Survivors: From Pain to Promise This resource recaps a meeting involving survivors of suicide attempts, health care professionals, researchers, and policymakers. The group discussed factors in recovery and suicide prevention, and developing recommendations to enhance dialogue and improve services around this issue. Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event: Managing Stress This fact sheet offers tips for preventing and managing stress when dealing with the effects of trauma, mass violence, or terrorism. It lists tips for relieving stress and seeking professional help. Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Traumatic Event: What to Expect in Your Personal, Family, Work, and Financial Life This fact sheet offers self-help tips for coping after a traumatic event. It discusses the long-term impact of trauma, including personal uncertainties, family relationship changes, work disruptions, and financial concerns. Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers This fact sheet helps parents and teachers recognize common reactions of children after experiencing a disaster or traumatic event. It highlights reactions by age group, offers tips for how to respond in a helpful way, and recommends when to seek support.