promoting the health and well-being of families during difficult times
Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, the University of Arizona

 

The purpose of these ten fact sheets is to provide families and those who work with families a better understnading of the impact of a disaster (such as a drought) on the lives of families. These ten fact sheets discuss general stress and coping skills and ways families can cope with specific stresses that are often associated with disasters such as health, financial, family, imterpersonal, and psychological.
Supporting Families Following a Disaster
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Promoting a Family's Physical and Mental Health and Well-Being
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Understanding the Impact of Disasters on the Lives of Children and Youth
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Supporting Children and Youth Following a Disaster
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Stress Management After a Disaster
PDF (151 KBytes)
Encouraging Family Communication After a Disaster
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Managing Conflict Following a Disaster
PDF (143 KBytes)
Understanding Depression Following a Disaster
PDF (82 KBytes)
Family Financial Management - Planning for the Future
PDF (86 KBytes)
Family Financial Management - Interventions Following a Disaster
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