Exposure to acts of terrorism and war causes a wide range of harmful mental health effects. Those working with people directly impacted by the Israel-Hamas war or affected communities around the world can protect mental health by using the following evidence-based actions and other resources below:
No permission is needed to use or adapt the public domain content below from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress. You may use and share it freely.
Click HERE for all versions of Rapid Psychological First Aid: Help for You, Family, and Friends
Click HERE for all versions of Helping Others Calm an Acute Stress Response
Education fact sheets are below that help children and families, healthcare workers, humanitarian aid personnel, as well as community and military leaders to protect mental health and foster recovery during armed conflict: