|You may be ready for the day of . . .
- School shootings
- Neighborhood violence
- Natural Disasters
- Accidental death
But are you ready for the day after?
If you are in charge of emergency management for a school, nonprofit, religious institution or community organization, you need to be ready not just to prevent critical incidents, but also to respond to tragedy.
There are simple steps you can take before tragedy strikes to prepare yourself and your crisis response team to encourage recovery when violence, disaster or accident overwhelm your community's usual coping skills.
I can help you:
- Develop a crisis response plan for your organization.
- Build a crisis team that specializes in critical incident response.
- Train your team in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM).
- Prepare your staff for a variety of possible traumatic events.
- Keep your school, church or organization running in a crisis.
- Return your staff and community to mental health after a tragedy.
- Know how to recognize those who may need more help and get it for them.
You can be prepared.