Disaster Behavioral Health Resources
Communication guides discuss how to deliver behavioral health messages related to disasters and other public health emergencies.
The state plan provides a framework for organizing the behavioral health response to disasters in Nebraska. It includes a plan narrative and appendices.
News & Information
News and information provide relevant information to keep you up to date on multiple topics related to disaster behavioral health and disaster response.
Publications are stand alone documents by the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center and others that provide relevant helpful information.
Psychological First Aid
This program teaches skills to provide support to others during a crisis.
Nebraska’s Psychological First Aid curriculum complements the PFA Field Operations Guide developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and the National Center for PTSD (NCPTSD). Nebraska’s curriculum is designed for non-licensed helpers and clinicians.
About the Disaster Behavioral Health Project
The following groups collaborate with Nebraska’s Public Policy Center in this endeavor:
- Community groups
- Faith groups
- Public and private entities
- Key responders
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