Download only 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. Publication ID PEP19-01-01-002 Publication Date August 2019 Last Reviewed August 2019 Format Fact Sheet Download Coping with Anger After a Disaster PDF 433.77 KB Related Resources Helping Older Adults After Disasters: A Guide to Providing Support Have You Experienced a Disaster? Poster pertaining to adult reactions Have You and Your Family Been Affected by a Disaster? Poster pertaining to yout… Find Related Information Audience Disaster Response Workers as Audience Population Group Disaster Response Workers as Population Group Trauma Survivors You May Also Be Interested In TAP 34: Disaster Planning Handbook for Behavioral Health Treatment Programs This handbook offers guidance in creating a disaster preparedness and recovery plan for programs that provide treatment for mental illness and substance use disorders. It describes the planning process, preparing for a disaster, roles and responsibilities, training, and testing. 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 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 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.