State Team

Nebraska Behavioral Health Emergency Response Team (N-BHERT) is a mechanism for organizing and deploying state disaster behavioral health resources.

The primary purpose of the Nebraska Behavioral Health Emergency Response Team (N-BHERT) is to provide support and consultation to local response personnel relevant to behavioral health needs that arise following a disaster. The N-BHERT is a state resource. The team generally supports behavioral health functions and has previously assisted people affected by flooding in Nebraska.

Disaster Field Guide

Disaster Behavioral Health Intervention Field Guide

Local Guide to using BHERT

Provides support and consultation to local response personnel relevant to behavioral health needs that arise after a disaster

BHERT Operations Manual

Provides standard operating guidelines

Recruitment Application Materials

Recruitment FAQ's

Information about the Nebraska Behavioral Health Emergency Response Team

Recruitment Packet

Nebraska Behavioral Health Emergency Response Team recruitment information and online application

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