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Cleanup of Residential Oil Spills Associated with Flooding
Located in House & Home
Narrated slideshow presented by H. Katherine O'Neill, PhD, Coordinator, ND Psychological Association, Disaster Response Network
Located in Family & Children
Creating a Portable File of Important Documents
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Dealing with Continuing Basement Seepage
Located in House & Home
Dealing with Disaster Reaction: Tips for Effective Communication (Video)
Disaster situations are difficult for people to handle, and many emotions surface. The disaster recovery cycle outlines the responses people have and the phases people go through on their way to recovery. Dr. Kit O’Neill, N.D. Psychological Association Disaster Response Network, talks about the recovery cycle and gives specific suggestions about how to respond to people who are dealing with disasters.
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Dealing with Stress after a Disaster
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Disaster Victims Need Your Help
Located in Media Resources / News Releases / After the Flood
Discard Contaminated Carpet
Located in Media Resources / Public Service Announcements (PSA)
Discard Soft and Porous Materials
Porous plastic and wooden items are contaminated by dirty water because the water soaks in and the cannot be sanitized.
Located in Flood Recovery Checklists
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