Comment on Protecting Our Future: Emergency Preparedness and Children’s Mental Health by Kshanika Persaud

This article is not only extremely informative, but also latent with excellent resources for children, parents, and mental health professionals. It is fantastic that children are becoming a focus after natural disasters as, like the article states, children are more vulnerable in emergencies. The At Risk Task Force is especially comforting to read about as […]

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Partnerships Help Save Lives When Disaster Strikes

Public health emergencies occur every day across the United States. Tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, floods, infectious disease outbreaks, terrorist attacks, and other emergencies have all occurred within the past few years and likely will happen again. Communities must be ready in the event of a public health emergency – both those they expect and those that […]

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