SAMHSA Disaster Technical Assistance Center (DTAC) provides various resources and useful information for those in the disaster behavioral health field. All the resources for which links are provided are in the public domain or have been authorized for noncommercial use. Hardcopies of some materials may be ordered by using the publication numbers cited in bibliographies. If utilized in program materials, stakeholders should acknowledge the source of the materials. Acute Interventions American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal-specific Resources Animals and Disasters Chemical and Biological Events Children and Youth Disaster Apps Disaster Responders Note: This item replaces the "Public Safety Workers DBHIS" Disaster Response Template Toolkit Disaster-related Funding Opportunities Disaster-specific Resources Drought Earthquake Flood Hurricane Technological Disaster Terrorism Tornado Tsunami Wildfire Faith-based Communities and Spiritual Leaders Immediate Disaster Response Drought Tornadoes Languages Other Than English Mass Violence/Community Violence Military Personnel and Their Families Online Disaster Behavioral Health Trainings Older Adults People With Disabilities and Other Functional and Access Needs Public Health Resources Disease Outbreak Influenza Water Contamination Crisis Zika Resilience and Stress Management Rural Populations Serious Mental Illness and Serious Emotional Disturbance Substance Use Disorders and Disasters Suicide & Disasters Women & Disasters For information about DBHIS, please email DTAC or call toll-free at 1-800-308-3515.