Weather related events can strongly impact our mental and emotional health, making preparation for all types of weather incredibly important. Here, we share 3 tips to help ready yourself for any situation.
While its effects can be subtle and only unfold over time, drought – like any disaster – can trigger emotional distress among those living in affected areas. Learn warning signs for distress and tips for coping here.
Several months after Hurricane Sandy, many of those affected may still be struggling with difficult emotions. If you or someone you care about is having a hard time, click here for information and resources on coping or call us at 1-800-985-5990, and Press 1 to #TalkWithUs.
Running is a sport rife with metaphors, and so for those that may be struggling one year after the Boston Marathon Bombing -- or after any disaster -- Christian Burgess, Director of the Disaster Distress Line, offers these 5 tips that can help you reach the emotional recovery “finish line”. Read more.
Signs of distress may include any of the following physical and emotional reactions:
The Helpline is staffed by trained counselors from a network of crisis call centers located across the United States, all of whom provide: