Past Great Plains Disaster BH Trainings

Previous News & Information

June 2020

2020 Great Plains Disaster Behavioral Health Conference Update and Agenda, Coping with Community Violence or Trauma, Take Care of Yourself During the COVID-19 Outbreak, Nebraska Behavioral Health Disaster Services Grants.

March 2020

Take Care of Yourself During the COVID-19 Outbreak, 2020 Great Plains Disaster BH Conference Update, and #NENEEDSYOU Campaign

December 2019

Managing Holiday Stress Following the Floods, Disaster Response Cultural Competency Resources, and #NENEEDSYOU Campaign

September 2019

Nebraska Strong Recovery Project Awarded $2.2 Million for Disaster Survivor and Community Recovery, and Federal Disaster Behavioral Health Resources

June 2019

Nebraska Strong Recovery Project Focuses on Well-being and Mental Health of Disaster Survivors, and 2019 DBH Conference

March 2019

2019 DBH Conference, Dr. John Nicoletti’s Talk, and Guide for Disaster Planning

December 2018

Nebraska Researchers Tailor FEMA Process for Drought, Managing Holiday Stress After a Loss

October 2018

Nebraska Annual Be Prepared Awards, New SAMHSA Resources Available for First Responders, and Cultural and Population Sensitivity

April 2018

Tornado, Storm, and Flood Preparedness, School Violence Resources, and Supporting Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Who Have Experienced Trauma

January 2018

Psychological First Aid Refresher/Just-in-Time Training Release, & First Responder Self Care

September 2017

National Preparedness Month, and Mass Violence Events Resources

June 2017

NE Storm Recovery, 2017 DBH Conference, Terrorism and Natural Hazards Resources

March 2017

NE Risk Communication Cadre, and SAMHSA Dialogue: Public Health Emergencies

December 2016

NE Receives MRC Grant, SAMHSA Supplemental Research Bulletin, Disaster & Persons with Substance Use Disorders, and AHEPP Webinar

September 2016

National Suicide Prevention Month, AMSR Course, Anniversary Reactions, and Holidays and Disaster

June 2016

2016 DBH Conference, Behavioral Health Response Resources to Mass Violence, and Tornado and Hurricane Season

April 2016

Personal Preparedness for Disaster Responders, and Assessing & Managing Suicide Risk Course

December 2015

NE Ebola Planning Workshop, and Responding to Ebola: Lessons Learned on Managing Fear and Fostering Resilience

September 2015

Remembering Hurricane Katrina, Trauma and Suicide after Disasters, and AHEPP Conference

June 2015

2015 DBH Conference, SAMHSA Interventions Inventory, and National Safety Month and International Fire/EMS Safety and Health Week

March 2015

Flood Safety Awareness, 2015 DBH Conference: Save-The-Date, and Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals

December 2014

Holidays after Disaster, and Ebola Outbreak and Behavioral Health Resources

October 2014

Maintaining Responder Resilience through Disasters, Responder Resilience Resources, and 2014 DBH Conference Materials

June 2014

Recent NE Storms, SAMHSA Research Bulletin, NE School Safety & Security Conference, and 2014 Threat Management Conference

March 2014

Peer-to-Peer Resiliency Training, 2014 ATAP Conference Reminder, and 2014 DBH Conference Reminder

December 2013

Responder Resources, New Disaster Behavioral Health Coordinators, and 2014 ATAP & DBH Conference Save-the-Dates

September 2013

2014 ATAP Save-the-Date, Resource Spotlight: Disaster Response Apps, and Be Prepared Awards

June 2013

2013 DBH Conference Reminder, Perspectives on Disaster Public Health and Disaster Behavioral Health Integration, and Medical Reserve Corps Spotlight

March 2013

Resource Spotlight: N-BHERT, 2013 DBH & ATAP Conference Reminders, Disaster Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Training for Psychological First Aid

December 2012

Project Highlight: Nibthaska Strong, Disaster Behavioral Health Plan, NIMS/ICS Training Requirements, and New Podcasts

Previous Publications

Shelter-In-Place and Facilities Guide (Jan 2014)

Behavioral health guidelines for shelter-in-place and evacuation of assisted living and long-term care facilities

Psychological First Aid Operations Guide (Apr 2008)

for Nursing Homes

The Dialogue (Summer 2007)

How can disaster behavioral health responders use the techniques and tools of the ICS to target their response to and preparedness for disaster to work within the overall disaster response structure? – Denise Bulling, PPC Project Director

Responding to the Storm (Oct 2006)

Exploring the Psychological Support of Emergency Responders

The "Dance of Disaster" (Sep 2006)

Caroline Walles on Disaster Chaplains who provide Spiritual First Aid

NE Behavioral Health Tabletop Situation Manual (July 2006)

Avian Influenza

Cleaning Up After The Storm (Jan 2006)

Lessons Learned From The Experiences Of Disaster Volunteers After The May 2004 Storms In Southeast Nebraska

SAMHSA Nebraska Final Report (Jan 2006)

Disaster Response Capacity Expansion Grant

Responding to Katrina (2006)

A Mental Health Guide To Providing Culturally Competent Mental Health Services To Evacuees And Their Support Systems

NE Hospital Preparedness (Dec 2004)

Psychological Consequences of Public Health Emergencies – Survey Results Summary

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