Natural disasters such as floods can be a traumatic time for children, as well as adults. The following information can help families deal with the emotional impacts of flooding on children and their own mental health.
Published on June 26, 2020
Disasters can occur any time or place. Be ready with a family emergency plan—preparation is vital to safety and well-being.
Published on May 26, 2020
Coping strategies to guide you and your family when dealing with everyday stress and crisis situations.
Published on April 14, 2020
Farmers can now access counseling with licensed therapists via teletherapy.
Published on July 9, 2018
Explore the basics of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and find out ways to support those who may have it.
Published on November 13, 2017
Crisis happens less frequently but can cause a lot of stress.
Published on October 6, 2017
Discover age-specific suggestions that can help guide conversations with children during and after tragedies.
Published on September 8, 2017
Strategies to help children emotionally cope with the devastation of natural disasters.
Published on November 2, 2015
Eight steps that build resilience in the face of trauma, pain and stress.
Published on October 16, 2014
Involving youth in disaster planning and recovery can increase their awareness of hazardous situations that may occur in their neighborhood and teach them how to respond in various types of emergencies.
Published on June 2, 2014
Children and teens deal with just as much stress as adults. Adults can help by teaching youth skills to deal with stress in healthy, positive ways.
Published on June 7, 2013
Recently severe storms have rumbled across Michigan. These unpredictable storms, loud thunder and flashes of lightening can be scary to children! Take time when the skies are clear to talk with your children about severe weather.
Published on May 11, 2013
When disaster strikes, young children will have questions about what is happening and why. Take time to plan ahead and be prepared before you begin those tough discussions.