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Behavioral Health

Sometimes you need help. Sometimes you are help. Check out these great resources from NDSU Extension Service.

FS1805 - Responding to Distressed People.Responding to Distressed People

You want to help. As a friend, professional, family or community member, you may encounter people in distress.  this information will help you know what to look for recognize warning signs and take a course of action.




Farm Stress Fact Sheet Series

Working in agriculture is accompanied by managing a variety of stresses on a regular basis. Learning to control events, attitudes and responses day-in and day-out will help you manage those hectic stressful times. Check out this information packed series of 6 publications.


Farming and Ranching in Tough Times

Farmers and ranchers experience pressures from many directions. Stresses can pile up and result physical or mental health concerns. Individuals can take steps to reduce stress and improve health by noting and managing stress symptoms. Also, learning to control events, attitudes, and responses will
help farmers and ranchers to manage the stresses of tough times.



Ideas for Helping Children Deal with Stress Related to Violence or Terrorism 

The occurrence of recent shootings has adults concerned and children fearful. How can adults help children deal with stress related to such violence or terrorism?There are a variety of strategies that parents or other adults can use in helping children to deal with such stress. 



Watch Bismarck Veteran's Services 2016 Memorial Day Keynote Speech by Captain Shaundra
Ziemann-Bolinske, US Army Reserve and NDSU Extension Agent, Burleigh County as she discussed
behavioral health and responding to distressed people.

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