Mental Health recovery in the community after a disaster service provider fact sheet
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Mental Health recovery for communities after a disaster fact sheet for partners and stakeholders in recovery
Whether you are a first responder, service provider, volunteer, local business owner, or employer – everyone plays a role in supporting the community to recover after a disaster.
This site provides access to mental health information to assist with supporting people and communities at risk of, or affected by, disasters. It aims to ensure services and communities are well prepared and understand how to access mental health supports quickly.
It is common for people to experience stress and grief after a disaster.
Sometimes, the impact is obvious straight away, but often it's a slow process and can have a long term impact on someone’s mental health.
There can also be other impacts on people and communities, including: