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This recorded webcast describes an incident involving a person in Texas who was experiencing homelessness when he got sick with Ebola virus disease in 2014. The webcast features firsthand experiences, lessons learned, and best practices for disaster behavioral health services in relation to Ebola and other public health emergencies.View Resource
This half-hour webcast helps disaster behavioral health professionals learn about working with American Indian and Alaska Native populations before, during, and after a disaster or other traumatic event. It helps provide an understanding of cultural values shared by Native Americans, and how to work with tribes to understand their perspectives and experiences.
This hour-long webcast provides information for disaster behavioral health professionals about providing culturally appropriate services for children and families affected by disasters. It also describes disaster reactions children and youth might experience and how to support children after disasters.View Resource
This webcast, which runs for about an hour, provides information that can be used to assess and strengthen cultural awareness practices in disaster behavioral health programs and services. The webcast provides guiding principles for cultural awareness and discusses lessons learned from past disaster behavioral health programs.View Resource