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Preventing and Managing Stress: Tips for Disaster Responders

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This fact sheet provides tips to help disaster response workers prevent and manage stress while on assignment. It includes strategies to help responders prepare for their assignments, take stress-reducing precautions, and manage stress in the recovery phase.

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SMA14-4873
Publication Date
September 2014
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