Resources For and Managing Emotional Responses To Recent Flooding

Capital Area Human ServicesResources For and Managing Emotional Responses To Recent Flooding
Online Resources/Publications:

Emotional Support:

SAMHSA – Stress Management and Self-Care in Disaster Response

Managing How to Live with Friends and Family after a Disaster

Do you need opiate addiction treatment, are you already in treatment- HELP IS AVAILABLE!

Stress, anxiety and depression are common reactions after a disaster

If you or someone you know has behavioral or mental health concerns or problems with alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or gambling, we can help.




SAMHSA – Disaster Distress Helpline

SAMHSA – Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event

CAHS – Managing Your Distress in the Aftermath of Flooding

Red Cross – Taking Care of Your Emotional Health after a Disaster

SAMHSA – Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers

SAMHSA – Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Emotional Distress

NCTSN – After a Crisis: Helping Young Children Heal

CDC – Flood is Over. What do you do now?

NCTSN – The Rainy Windy Day

Practical Tips:

Updated Interim Housing Assistance Fact Sheet

Transitional Housing Assistance Fact Sheet

Survivor Assistance Summary-Updated

08-29-16 – Updated ShelterAtHome Fact Sheet

Resources for Immediate Disaster Behavioral Health Response

Louisiana Flood Recovery Information

Media Coverage:

The Advocate: A traumatic summer in Baton Rouge may lead to anxiety overload

The Mental Health Side of the Flood Recovery – Steve Aguillard with Clarence Buggs

The Advocate: How to live in close quarters with friends, family after flood