This Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Disaster Behavioral Health Information Series installment focuses on working with tribal organizations. It is organized into four categories: (1) Disaster Recovery for Tribal Organizations, (2) Traditional Healing in Disaster Behavioral Health Response, (3) Suicide Preparedness and Response Information, and (4) Cultural Competence When Working with Tribal Populations. The collection includes an annotated bibliography, as well as a helpful links section, which includes links to organizations, agencies, and other resources that address disaster-specific preparedness and response.
Resources are organized as follows:
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Last updated 3/29/2013
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