This manual helps behavioral health professionals understand the impact of trauma on those who experience it.
This article defines the impact of mental illness of a loved one on families. The key topics discussed are understanding denial, stigma, frustration, helplessness, anxiety, burnout, grief, and personal needs; as well as, provides resources, tips and referrals to help family members process mental illness.
This toolkit provides overview on culturally responsiveness, CLAS standards, providing appropriate cultural and linguistic services according to CLAS standards, principles of community engagement, recommendations from cultural sample groups, policy and practice recommendations, accessing and providing resources, and support for staff and evaluation guides and templates.
This is a guide to help individuals understand how each family member processes traumatic events and how to prepare and support those family members. This guide covers the stages of experiencing catastrophic events and the models used to support each stage.
This guide outlines what can contribute to a crisis, warning signs that a crisis is emerging, strategies to help de-escalate a crisis, available resources and so much more.