Emergency planners and responders recognize that disaster behavioral health dbh is an integral part of the overall public health and medical response to any emergency event dbh addresses the psychological emotional cognitive developmental and social impacts that disasters have on survivors . Disasters can occur naturally eg tornadoes hurricanes earthquakes floods wildfires mudslides or drought or be human caused eg mass shootings chemical spills or terrorist attacks preparing for responding to and recovering from disasters and traumatic events is essential to the behavioral health of individuals and communities alike. Disasters can cause long term disruptions to the routines of individuals and communities placing survivors at risk of developing serious mental health and substance abuse problems disaster behavioral health services provide emotional support help normalize stress reactions assess recovery options and encourage healthy coping behaviors. The department of behavioral health all hazards behavioral health response plan ahrp provides the framework for how it will respond to a public emergency this plan provides a framework for organizing the district governments behavioral health response to disasters or large scale emergency situations
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