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CSTS 2020 Annual Report Available

Immediately available for viewing is the 2020 CSTS Annual Report. In this comprehensive report, you can read summaries of the Center's work in responding to the mental health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as our continuing work in both military and civilian populations to enhance psychological health, speed the recovery from, and help prevent the negative consequences of trauma on individuals, families, communities, and the nation. 

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MANAGING THE STRESS OF RETURNING TO WORK AFTER COVID-19: A GUIDE FOR SUPERVISORS

Although some workers look forward to face-to-face interactions with co-workers and supervisors, others are likely to feel reluctant.

Click HERE for the fact sheet Click HERE for 日本語 (Japanese) 

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LEADER SUPPORT FOR SERVICE MEMBERS WORKING DURING COVID-19

The PA-STAR pocket card provides action steps for leaders that enhance readiness for service members before, during, and after COVID-19 operations.

Please click HERE for all resources. Click HERE for the flyer.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Response Resources

This PAGE contains fact sheets and other resources to support the health and well-being of communities impacted by COVID-19

No permission is needed to use or adapt these fact sheets for you or your organization. These fact sheets are in the public domain and you may use it freely as it is helpful to you.

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Cambridge University Press has made available a collection of free access Coronavirus materials. Included is a free access chapter from the Textbook of Disaster Psychiatry, "Pandemics: Health Care Emergencies" that can be accessed HERE

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LEADER SUPPORT FOR SERVICE MEMBERS WORKING WITH HUMAN REMAINS

Exposure to human remains can be a stressor for those who provide care and assistance during disasters, such as COVID-19. The MA-STAR pocket card and accompanying fact sheets provide action steps for leaders that enhance readiness for military personnel before, during, and after operations that may involve exposure to human remains.

Please click HERE for all resources

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