A Leaders’ Guide to Risk Communication in the Face of Emerging Threats

Active Shooter: What You Can Do to Mitigate Harm

Addressing Alcohol Misuse (Provider sheet)

Addressing Needs of the Mentally Ill - Chinese

Addressing the Needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill in Disasters

Adherence: Addressing A Range of Patient Health Behaviors

Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind

Alcohol and Your Health

Asking for Help (Family)

Asking for Help (Provider Sheet)

Assessment Instruments for First Responders and Public Health Emergency Workers

Assessment Instruments for Special Operators

Ayuda para estudiantes después de un desastre

Becoming A Couple Again

Body Recovery and Stress Management for Leaders and Supervisors

Business Leadership in Bioterrorism Preparedness

Caring for Your Family During Flu Season

Community Support for Military Children and Families Throughout The Deployment Cycle

Cómo abordar las necesidades de las personas con enfermedades mentales graves en un desastre

Comunicación del liderazgo: prever y responder a eventos estresantes

Coping with Stress Following a Mass Shooting

Criminal Mass Casualty Trials: Enhancing the Psychological Health of Victims and Witnesses

Debriefing Debate

Depression in Primary Care

Disaster Preparedness and Response for Our Nation's Military and Their Families

Disaster Related Death Managing Concerns About the Dead or Missing

Disasters and Poverty Natural Disasters Disproportionally Affect the World’s Poor

Ebola: What You Need to Know if You Live in the U.S.

Emergency Planning, Preparation and Response for Families

Evidence-Based Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Family Planning for Disasters

Flu Season: What Military Healthcare Providers Should Know

Funerals and Memorials A Part of Recovery

Grief Leadership - Chinese

Grief Leadership: Leadership in the Wake of Tragedy

Guidelines on Notifying Families of Dead or Missing Loved Ones

Health Literacy (For Provider)

Helping Children Cope During Deployment

Helping National Guard and Reserve to Re-Enter Workplace

Helping People After a Loss

Helping Students After a Disaster

Helping Students After a Disaster - Chinese

How Can I Get Him to Seek Help?

Información para los proveedores de servicios de emergencia sobre las reacciones emocionales a los cuerpos humanos en muertes masivas

Information for First Responders - Chinese

Information for First Responders on Emotional Reactions to Human Bodies in Mass Death

Information for Healthcare Providers in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Information for Relief Workers on Emotional Reactions to Human Bodies in Mass Death

Initial Primary Care Screening for Severe Psychiatric Illness

IOM Report Factors of Interest to Behavioral Health Providers

IOM Report Factors of Interest to Community Leaders

Leadership Communication: Anticipating and Responding to Stressful Events

Leadership Communication: Anticipating and Responding to Stressful Events - Chinese

Leadership in Disasters

Leadership Stress Management

Leadership Stress Management - Chinese

Liderazgo ante el duelo: cómo dirigir tras una tragedia

Managing a Workplace or an Organization after a Crisis - Chinese

Managing a Workplace or Organization After Crisis

Managing the Stress of Children After a Disaster

Managing the Stress of Children After Crisis

Manejo de una organización o lugar de trabajo después de una crisis

Manejo del estrés para los líderes

Measurements of Military Community Resource Adequacy

Media Management in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Mental Health and Behavioral Guidelines for Response to a Pandemic Flu Outbreak

Military Families on the Move

Military Leadership in Stressful Situations

Pandemic Planning and Response: Critical Elements for Business Planning

Personal Firearm Safety Counseling for Primary Care Providers

Preparing, Responding and Coping with the Stress of Mass Shootings

Primary Care Strategies to Foster Health Care Seeking in Service Members

Primeros Auxilios Psicológicos: Cómo apoyar el bienestar de las víctimas de desastres

Principles of Caring for Combat Injured Families and Their Children

Principles of Psychological First Aid (Japanese)

Protecting Personal and Family Safety

Psychological and Behavioral Issues Healthcare Providers Need to Know about CBRN Events

Psychological Debriefing after a Crisis: Current Evidence

Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid (Chinese)

Psychological First Aid-CtC

Psychosocial Concerns after Natural Disaster Tips for Health Care Providers

Public Health Emergencies: Implications for Military Families and their Health (Provider)

Public Health Emergencies: The Role of the Military Family

Recovery After Witnessing a Traumatic Event

Recovery in the Aftermath of Workplace Violence: Guidance for Supervisors

Recovery in the Aftermath of Workplace Violence: Guidance for Workers

Reintegration Roadmap Shared Sense of Purpose

Resources for Recovery: Impact of TBI on Military Families and Children (Family Sheet)

Resources for Recovery: The Combat Injured Family, Guidelines for Care (For Providers)

Resources for Recovery: The Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on Military Families and Children (Provider sheet)

Resources for Recovery: Guidelines for Helping Your Family After Combat Injury

Restablecimiento de la sensación de bienestar en los niños después de un desastre

Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children - Chinese

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children After a Disaster

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children After a Traumatic Event: Tips for Parents, Caregivers and Professionals

Reuniting With Your Loved One

Safety Prevents PTSD: Injury Prevention at Work

Safety, Health and Preparedness A 9 /11 Anniversary Message for Military Families

Safety, Recovery and Hope After a Disaster - Chinese

Safety, Recovery and Hope after Disaster

Seguridad, recuperación y esperanza después de un desastre Ayuda para la recuperación de comunidades y familias

Staying the Course

Strengthening Military Families to Support Children’s Well-Being

Stress Management for Parents

Suicide Facts (For Families)

Suicide Facts for Primary Care Providers

Supporting Personnel Following Training Exercises

Sustaining Healthcare Continuity (For Providers)

Sustaining the Psychological Well-Being of Caregivers While Caring for Disaster Victims

Teachers Helping Students: Listening and Talking

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

The Health Consequences of Disasters and Evacuation

The Impact of Invisible Injuries (For Families)

The Invisible Injuries of War (For Provider)

Tips for Caring for Your Newborn and Yourself

Tips for Safely Soothing a Crying Baby

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Families)

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Providers)

Understanding Post Deployment Stress Symptoms: Helping Your Loved Ones

What Military Families Should Know About Depression

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A Leaders’ Guide to Risk Communication in the Face of Emerging Threats

Active Shooter: What You Can Do to Mitigate Harm

Addressing Alcohol Misuse (Provider sheet)

Addressing Needs of the Mentally Ill - Chinese

Addressing the Needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill in Disasters

Adherence: Addressing A Range of Patient Health Behaviors

Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind

Alcohol and Your Health

Asking for Help (Family)

Asking for Help (Provider Sheet)

Assessment Instruments for First Responders and Public Health Emergency Workers

Assessment Instruments for Special Operators

Ayuda para estudiantes después de un desastre

Becoming A Couple Again

Body Recovery and Stress Management for Leaders and Supervisors

Business Leadership in Bioterrorism Preparedness

Caring for Your Family During Flu Season

Community Support for Military Children and Families Throughout The Deployment Cycle

Cómo abordar las necesidades de las personas con enfermedades mentales graves en un desastre

Comunicación del liderazgo: prever y responder a eventos estresantes

Coping with Stress Following a Mass Shooting

Criminal Mass Casualty Trials: Enhancing the Psychological Health of Victims and Witnesses

Debriefing Debate

Depression in Primary Care

Disaster Preparedness and Response for Our Nation's Military and Their Families

Disaster Related Death Managing Concerns About the Dead or Missing

Disasters and Poverty Natural Disasters Disproportionally Affect the World’s Poor

Ebola: What You Need to Know if You Live in the U.S.

Emergency Planning, Preparation and Response for Families

Evidence-Based Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Family Planning for Disasters

Flu Season: What Military Healthcare Providers Should Know

Funerals and Memorials A Part of Recovery

Grief Leadership - Chinese

Grief Leadership: Leadership in the Wake of Tragedy

Guidelines on Notifying Families of Dead or Missing Loved Ones

Health Literacy (For Provider)

Helping Children Cope During Deployment

Helping National Guard and Reserve to Re-Enter Workplace

Helping People After a Loss

Helping Students After a Disaster

Helping Students After a Disaster - Chinese

How Can I Get Him to Seek Help?

Información para los proveedores de servicios de emergencia sobre las reacciones emocionales a los cuerpos humanos en muertes masivas

Information for First Responders - Chinese

Information for First Responders on Emotional Reactions to Human Bodies in Mass Death

Information for Healthcare Providers in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Information for Relief Workers on Emotional Reactions to Human Bodies in Mass Death

Initial Primary Care Screening for Severe Psychiatric Illness

IOM Report Factors of Interest to Behavioral Health Providers

IOM Report Factors of Interest to Community Leaders

Leadership Communication: Anticipating and Responding to Stressful Events

Leadership Communication: Anticipating and Responding to Stressful Events - Chinese

Leadership in Disasters

Leadership Stress Management

Leadership Stress Management - Chinese

Liderazgo ante el duelo: cómo dirigir tras una tragedia

Managing a Workplace or an Organization after a Crisis - Chinese

Managing a Workplace or Organization After Crisis

Managing the Stress of Children After a Disaster

Managing the Stress of Children After Crisis

Manejo de una organización o lugar de trabajo después de una crisis

Manejo del estrés para los líderes

Measurements of Military Community Resource Adequacy

Media Management in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Mental Health and Behavioral Guidelines for Response to a Pandemic Flu Outbreak

Military Families on the Move

Military Leadership in Stressful Situations

Pandemic Planning and Response: Critical Elements for Business Planning

Personal Firearm Safety Counseling for Primary Care Providers

Preparing, Responding and Coping with the Stress of Mass Shootings

Primary Care Strategies to Foster Health Care Seeking in Service Members

Primeros Auxilios Psicológicos: Cómo apoyar el bienestar de las víctimas de desastres

Principles of Caring for Combat Injured Families and Their Children

Principles of Psychological First Aid (Japanese)

Protecting Personal and Family Safety

Psychological and Behavioral Issues Healthcare Providers Need to Know about CBRN Events

Psychological Debriefing after a Crisis: Current Evidence

Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid (Chinese)

Psychological First Aid-CtC

Psychosocial Concerns after Natural Disaster Tips for Health Care Providers

Public Health Emergencies: Implications for Military Families and their Health (Provider)

Public Health Emergencies: The Role of the Military Family

Recovery After Witnessing a Traumatic Event

Recovery in the Aftermath of Workplace Violence: Guidance for Supervisors

Recovery in the Aftermath of Workplace Violence: Guidance for Workers

Reintegration Roadmap Shared Sense of Purpose

Resources for Recovery: Impact of TBI on Military Families and Children (Family Sheet)

Resources for Recovery: The Combat Injured Family, Guidelines for Care (For Providers)

Resources for Recovery: The Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on Military Families and Children (Provider sheet)

Resources for Recovery: Guidelines for Helping Your Family After Combat Injury

Restablecimiento de la sensación de bienestar en los niños después de un desastre

Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children - Chinese

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children After a Disaster

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children After a Traumatic Event: Tips for Parents, Caregivers and Professionals

Reuniting With Your Loved One

Safety Prevents PTSD: Injury Prevention at Work

Safety, Health and Preparedness A 9 /11 Anniversary Message for Military Families

Safety, Recovery and Hope After a Disaster - Chinese

Safety, Recovery and Hope after Disaster

Seguridad, recuperación y esperanza después de un desastre Ayuda para la recuperación de comunidades y familias

Staying the Course

Strengthening Military Families to Support Children’s Well-Being

Stress Management for Parents

Suicide Facts (For Families)

Suicide Facts for Primary Care Providers

Supporting Personnel Following Training Exercises

Sustaining Healthcare Continuity (For Providers)

Sustaining the Psychological Well-Being of Caregivers While Caring for Disaster Victims

Teachers Helping Students: Listening and Talking

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

The Health Consequences of Disasters and Evacuation

The Impact of Invisible Injuries (For Families)

The Invisible Injuries of War (For Provider)

Tips for Caring for Your Newborn and Yourself

Tips for Safely Soothing a Crying Baby

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Families)

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Providers)

Understanding Post Deployment Stress Symptoms: Helping Your Loved Ones

What Military Families Should Know About Depression

Disaster Events

2013/11 - Responding to the Philippines Typhoon, November

2014/03 - Washington Landslide

2014/04 - Fort Hood Shooting

2014/10 - Ebola

2015/06 - Shootings in Charleston, South Carolina

2015/08 - WDBJ7 Employees Shooting

2015/12 - San Bernardino Shooting

2016/06 - Shooting at Pulse Nightclub Orlando, Florida

2017/05 - Bombing at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England

2017/08 - Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Katia and Maria Disaster

2017/09 - Mexico Earthquakes Disaster

2017/10 - California Wildfires Disaster

2017/10 - Las Vegas Concert Shooting Disaster

2017/11 - First Baptist Church Shootings Disaster

2017/12 - California Wildfires Disaster

2018/02 - Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting Disaster

2018/05 - Santa Fe High School Shooting Disaster

2018/06 - Capital Gazette Mass Shooting

2018/09 - Hurricane Florence Disaster Response and Recovery Resources

2018/10 - Hurricane Michael Disaster Response and Recovery Resources

2018/10 - Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting Disaster

2018/11 - Borderline Bar & Grill Shooting Disaster

2019/02 - Henry Pratt Company Workplace Shooting Disaster

2019/06 - Virginia Beach Municipal Center Shooting Disaster

 JFJF

Joining Forces Joining Families, April 2009

Joining Forces Joining Families, April 2012

Joining Forces Joining Families, August 2007

Joining Forces Joining Families, Fall 2015

Joining Forces Joining Families, Fall 2016

Joining Forces Joining Families, January 2008

Joining Forces Joining Families, March 2007

Joining Forces Joining Families, November 2010

Joining Forces Joining Families, September 2008

Joining Forces Joining Families, Spring 2013

Joining Forces Joining Families, Spring 2015

Joining Forces Joining Families, Spring 2016

Joining Forces Joining Families, Spring 2019

Joining Forces Joining Families, Summer 2014

Joining Forces Joining Families, Summer 2017

Joining Forces Joining Families, Summer 2018

Joining Forces Joining Families, Winter 2014

Joining Forces Joining Families, Winter 2017

Books

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Child & Family

Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind

Joining Forces Joining Families, April 2012

Joining Forces Joining Families, Spring 2013

Joining Forces Joining Families, Summer 2014

Joining Forces Joining Families, Winter 2014

Managing the Stress of Children After a Disaster

Principles of Caring for Combat Injured Families and Their Children

Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals

Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children After a Traumatic Event: Tips for Parents, Caregivers and Professionals

Stress Management for Parents

Suicide Facts (For Families)

Teachers Helping Students: Listening and Talking

Understanding Post Deployment Stress Symptoms: Helping Your Loved Ones

Workgroup on Intervention with Combat Injured Families Proceedings

Courage to Care

Addressing Alcohol Misuse (Provider sheet)

Adherence: Addressing A Range of Patient Health Behaviors

Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind

Alcohol and Your Health

Asking for Help (Family)

Asking for Help (Provider Sheet)

Becoming A Couple Again

Caring for Your Family During Flu Season

Depression in Primary Care

Family Planning for Disasters

Flu Season: What Military Healthcare Providers Should Know

Fostering Safety, Health, and Preparedness (Archive)

Health Literacy (For Provider)

Helping Children Cope During Deployment

Helping National Guard and Reserve to Re-Enter Workplace

How Can I Get Him to Seek Help?

Military Families on the Move

Primary Care Strategies to Foster Health Care Seeking in Service Members

Psychological First Aid-CtC

Public Health Emergencies: Implications for Military Families and their Health (Provider)

Public Health Emergencies: The Role of the Military Family

Reintegration Roadmap Shared Sense of Purpose

Reuniting With Your Loved One

Safety, Health and Preparedness A 9 /11 Anniversary Message for Military Families

Staying the Course

Suicide Facts (For Families)

Suicide Facts for Primary Care Providers

Sustaining Healthcare Continuity (For Providers)

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

The Health Consequences of Disasters and Evacuation

The Impact of Invisible Injuries (For Families)

The Invisible Injuries of War (For Provider)

Tips for Caring for Your Newborn and Yourself

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Families)

Traumatic Brain Injury (For Providers)

What Military Families Should Know About Depression

Disaster Mental Health

Active Shooter: What You Can Do to Mitigate Harm

Addressing the Needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill in Disasters

Body Recovery and Stress Management for Leaders and Supervisors

Business Leadership in Bioterrorism Preparedness

Debriefing Debate

Disaster Preparedness and Response for Our Nation's Military and Their Families

Grief Leadership: Leadership in the Wake of Tragedy

Guidelines on Notifying Families of Dead or Missing Loved Ones

Information for Healthcare Providers in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Information for Relief Workers on Emotional Reactions to Human Bodies in Mass Death

Initial Primary Care Screening for Severe Psychiatric Illness

Japan Disaster: Overview for American Military Leaders

Media Management in Body Recovery from Mass Death

Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid (Chinese)

Recovery in the Aftermath of Workplace Violence: Guidance for Workers

Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting: Tips for Parents and Professionals

Safety Prevents PTSD: Injury Prevention at Work

Stigma and Barriers to Care: Conference Report

Stigma and Barriers to Care: Executive Summary

Sustaining the Psychological Well-Being of Caregivers While Caring for Disaster Victims

Terrorism and Disaster: Emergency Mental Health After A Suicide Bombing

Terrorism and Disaster: Psychiatric Sequelae of a 9/11 Survivor

Terrorism and Disaster: Staphyloccocal Enterotoxin B

Terrorism and Disaster: Pneumonic Plague

Terrorism and Disaster: Sarin

Terrorism and Disaster: Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

Reports

Family Violence Research, Assessment and Interventions: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Workgroup on Intervention with Combat Injured Families Proceedings

Workplace Preparedness for Terrorism: Report of Findings to Sloan Foundation

Service Members

Body Recovery and Stress Management for Leaders and Supervisors

Child Abuse Prevention Month: April 2012

Disaster Preparedness and Response for Our Nation's Military and Their Families

Family Violence Research, Assessment and Interventions: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Principles of Caring for Combat Injured Families and Their Children

Stigma and Barriers to Care: Conference Report

Stigma and Barriers to Care: Executive Summary

Suicide Facts (For Families)

Understanding Post Deployment Stress Symptoms: Helping Your Loved Ones