BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Following an emergency event, it is common for individuals and families in and
around the affected region to experience distress and anxiety about safety,
health, and recovery.

People may display symptoms and reactions such as:

 

*Emotional symptoms such as irritability or excessive sadness.
*Cognitive dysfunction such as difficulty making decisions or following directions.
*Physical symptoms such as headache, stomach pain, or difficulty breathing.
*Behavioral reactions such as consuming more alcohol or interpersonal conflict.
*Failure to adhere to needed physical or psychiatric medication needs.
*Behavioral Health Concerns Affecting Survivors and Responders.


Excerpt taken from the following:
https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/planning/abc/Documents/disaster-behavioralhealth.
pdf

 

RESOURCES

For up to date information about COVID-19 visit the following:

Visit CDC’s COVIDView for a weekly summary and interpretation of key
indicators that have been adapted to track the COVID-19 pandemic in
the United States.


On April 15, CDC began posting demographic characteristics of
COVID-19 cases in the United States.


CDC COVID Data Tracker provides frequently updated surveillance data. 

The resources below are updated regularly. Please check back frequently for updated guidance and recommendations.