State Plan for Nebraska

The purpose of the Nebraska Behavioral Health All-Hazards Disaster Response and Recovery Plan is to provide a framework for organizing the behavioral health response to disasters in Nebraska.

Behavioral Health Disaster Response addresses mental health and substance use/abuse issues which may follow a disaster event. Disaster behavioral health services can help mitigate the severity of adverse psychological reactions to the disaster and help restore social and psychological functioning for individuals, families, and communities.

Complete State Plan

The entire NE Behavioral Health All-Hazards Disaster Response & Recovery State Plan includes Plan Narrative & Appendices A-F.

Plan Narrative

Beginning narrative that gives a background information and overview of what is included in the rest of the state plan.

Appendix A

Nebraska Behavioral Health Regions, Red Cross Guidelines, and Services

Appendix B

Nebraska Resources for Disaster Behavioral Health Coordinators

Appendix C

FEMA Crisis Counseling grant information, counseling application, and assessment table

Appendix D

Disaster Behavioral Health concepts, disaster typologies, terms & acronyms, and websites

Appendix E

Types of responder roles, qualifications, and responsibilities for disasters

Appendix f

Overview of Nebraska rules and regulations including special circumstances

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