An academic-government-faith partnership to build disaster mental health preparedness and community resilience.

@article{McCabe2014AnAP,
  title={An academic-government-faith partnership to build disaster mental health preparedness and community resilience.},
  author={Oliver Lee McCabe and Natalie L. Semon and Jeffrey M. Lating and Jr. George S. Everly and Charlene J Perry and Suzanne Straub Moore and Adrian M Mosley and C B Thompson and Jonathan M. Links},
  journal={Public health reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={129 Suppl 4},
  pages={
          96-106
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Faculty and affiliates of the Johns Hopkins Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center partnered with local health departments and faith-based organizations to develop a dual-intervention model of capacity-building for public mental health preparedness and community resilience. Project objectives included (1) determining the feasibility of the tri-partite collaborative concept; (2) designing, delivering, and evaluating psychological first aid (PFA) training and guided… CONTINUE READING

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