Developing a Comprehensive Disaster & Crisis Response Program for Mental Health: Guidelines & Procedures

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Elizabeth K. Carll
DIANE Publishing, Feb 1, 1998 - 75 pages
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This unique & comprehensive step-by-step manual will help you set up crisis teams to respond to public emergencies. Includes forms, procedures & guidelines needed to start & manage a disaster response program. You'll learn how to: recruit volunteers & organize response teams; coordinate psychological services with the Red Cross & other responders; establish procedures for on-site response; develop a network of pro-bono, follow-up referrals; & work with reporters to educate the public about your service. Extensive bibliography & resource list.
 

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