Resources

The materials below include a toolkit, templates, brochures, and webinars that offer training on school violence prevention.

Communication Guides

State Plan for Nebraska

Publications

News & Information

Current Relevant Resources

COVID-19

Taking care of your behavioral health

Behavioral Health Guidelines

Shelter-in-Place & Evacuation of Assisted Living & Long-term Care Facilities

Behavioral Health Guidelines

Medical Isolation

Psychological First Aid

Field Operations Guide
for Nursing Homes

Publications

Disaster Mental Health

 
A Brief Overview of Disaster Mental Health

Nebraska’s State Plan

This plan is to provide a framework for organizing the behavioral health response to disasters in Nebraska.

To Aid Disaster Behavioral Health Services

Services can help restore social and psychological functioning for many

Template for Local Plans

The plan serves as a template for local behavioral health disaster planning.

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Outside Resources

Agroterrorism

American Red Cross Disaster Services

CDC Emergency Response Resources

Church World Service

FEMA

Gender & Disaster Network

NEMA

SAMHSA

Project Partners

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