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Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health : One Picture through Two Lenses

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Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health : One Picture through Two Lenses
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Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health
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One Picture through Two Lenses
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Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health : One Picture through Two Lenses
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Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health : One Picture through Two Lenses
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Integrating Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Topic Selection -- Structure -- Terminology -- I. Context -- 1 Where Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health Meet: Through an Emergency Management Lens -- An Emergency Management Perspective -- National Incident Management System and the Incident Command System -- Threat, Hazard, and Risk Assessments -- All Hazards Planning -- Whole Community -- Resiliency -- References -- A Disaster Behavioral Health Perspective -- Foundation: Incident Command Structure -- Understanding the Difference Between Typical Community Mental Health Care and DBH Services -- Chasing Damage -- Mass Casualty Events -- Preparing for the DBH Effects of Disaster -- DBH in the Recovery Phase -- Workforce Behavioral Health Protection -- Recommendations for the Future -- References -- Making Integration Work -- 2 Where Emergency Management and Disaster Behavioral Health Meet: Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- A Disaster Behavioral Health Perspective -- Introduction -- The Formation of the Field -- The Ideal of Integration -- Emerging Forces Driving Policy -- The Focus on Resilience -- Central Challenges to Address -- The State of State Behavioral Health Systems -- Standards and Plans -- Culture -- Future Directions -- References -- An Emergency Management Perspective -- Meeting the Needs of Disaster Survivors -- Meeting the Needs of Disaster Workers -- Opportunities for Promoting Integration -- References -- Making Integration Work -- References -- 3 Why Is Integrating Disaster Behavior Health Essential to Emergency Management? Challenges and Opportunities -- Through an Emergency Management Lens -- An Emerging Profession -- Who are Emergency Managers and What Do They Do?
  • Who Is the Customer? -- Looking at Clouds from Both Sides: A First Person Account From an Emergency Manager -- Sunday, April 16, 1995 -- Wednesday, April 19, 1995 -- Saturday, April 22, 1995 -- May Through June 1995 -- Lessons Learned -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- Wellness in Chaos -- References -- Making Integration Work -- Identify Behavioral Health Resources -- Explore Scope and Limits of Practice and Availability -- Orientation to the World of Emergency Management -- Assure BH Focus on Both Survivors and Workers -- Establish and Support a Positive EM Culture -- Include DBH Professionals in Exercises and Drills -- Focus on Shared Needs and Challenges -- Monitor, Evaluate, and Revise the Nature and Success of Integration -- 4 Why Is Integrating Emergency Management Essential to Disaster Behavioral Health? Challenges and Opportunities -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- The Culture of Emergency Management -- The Culture of Disaster Behavioral Health -- A Brief Review of Disaster Behavioral Health Literature (1977-2016) -- Integration Through the Assimilation of Two Cultures -- Systemic Considerations -- References -- Web Links -- Through an Emergency Management Lens -- Why Does Disaster Behavioral Health Need Emergency Management? -- How Can Integration Be Facilitated? -- Factors Hindering Integration -- Strategies to Help DBH Gain and Sustain Integration -- Culture and History -- Mission -- How Can DBH Become Indispensable to EM? -- How Does All This Look at the Various Parts of the Disaster Cycle? -- Making Integration Work -- Empowerment at Work: An example of State System Integration -- The Promise of an Integrated DBH and EM -- References -- II. Key Areas of Integration -- 5 Integration in Disasters of Different Types, Severity, and Location -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens
  • Complex Systems Thinking for EM and DBH Integration in Disasters -- Different Levels of Disaster Response -- The Event Dictates the Level of EM Response -- The Event Defines the Level of DBH Response -- Local DBH Response for a Crisis or Emergency -- Local DBH Response for a Disaster or Catastrophe -- An Example of State-and-Regional Level DBH Response for a Disaster or Catastrophe: State of Florida, USA -- National DBH Response for a Disaster or Catastrophe: United States of America -- International DBH Response for a Disaster or Catastrophe Focusing on Contrasts to United States National Response -- Concluding Comments and Take-Home Lessons for EM and DBH Professionals -- References -- Through an Emergency Management Lens -- An Emergency Management Perspective -- Integration in an Urban Evacuation: Yonkers Mudslide -- Integration in a Multicultural Mass Violence Event: Binghamton New York Shootings -- Integration in a Human Exploitation Case: Forced Labor of Deaf Mexicans -- Integration in a Terrorist Event: The Boston Marathon -- Understanding Variations in Local, State, and Federal Disaster Authorities -- References -- Making Integration Work -- 6 Not All Disasters Are the Same: Understanding Similarities and Differences -- Through an Emergency Management Lens -- Nature of Preparedness -- Nature of Foundation Elements -- Nature of Current Services -- References -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- Predisaster Strategies -- Develop Local and Statewide Disaster Behavioral Health Plans -- Develop DBH Annexes in State All Hazard Plans -- Develop Local and Statewide Disaster Behavioral Health Assets -- Provide Basic Psychological Training to Emergency Personnel -- Include Behavioral Health Representatives in Emergency Planning Efforts -- Incorporate Disaster Behavioral Health into Exercises and Drills
  • Formalize the DBH Role Through Legislation -- Postdisaster Strategies -- Integrate Senior Mental Health Officials into the Command Structure -- Use Mental Health Experts in a Consultative Role -- Link Disaster Behavioral Health Leadership and Experts to Other Decision-Makers -- Require the Lead Mental Health Agency to Develop a DBH Incident Action Plan -- Develop a Disaster Behavioral Health Coordinating Committee -- The Future of Integration -- References -- Making Integration Work -- 7 What Can DBH Actually Do To Make Emergency Managers Jobs Easier? -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- Consultation to Leadership -- Survivor Stress -- Responder Stress -- Understanding the Body and Brain Responses to Extreme Situations: What It Means for Integration -- Risk Communication/Media Information -- Training and Education -- Program Evaluation, Measurement, and Monitoring -- Tracking, Documenting, and Projecting Behavioral Health Consequences -- References -- Through an Emergency Management Lens -- Introduction -- Topic Areas -- Awareness and Understanding -- No Trust in Government -- Fear of the Government -- Community Leadership -- Community Diversity -- Questions Versus Statements Posed as Questions -- Perceptions -- Messaging -- Operations -- Sheltering -- Internal Shelter Dynamics2 -- Prioritization -- Transitional and Short-Term Housing Assistance -- Closing a Shelter -- Strategic Locations -- Program Implementation -- Interim Housing Solutions -- Property Acquisition and Buy Outs -- Rebuilding -- Redevelopment -- Benefits to Emergency Managers -- Making Integration Work -- Reference -- 8 Expanding the Tent: How Training and Education Partnerships with Other Professions Can Enhance Both EM and BH -- Through and Emergency Management Lens -- The Course Syllabus: Disaster Behavioral Health for Emergency Managers -- Who Is in Charge?
  • Do Expectations Reflect Reality? -- What Is Your Approach to the Media? -- Bringing Allied Professions into the Tent -- Emergency Management Training and Education and Disaster Behavioral Health -- Summary and Further Thoughts -- References -- Through a Disaster Behavioral Health Lens -- National Biodefense Science Board (NBSB) -- Education/Training Strategies in Disaster Behavioral Health -- Educating the Education Community -- Educating Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement -- Psychological First Aid Training -- Learning about Each Other -- Mental Health Professionals -- Emergency Managers -- Disaster Drills -- Obstacles in Cross Training -- Stigma About Receiving Psychological Support -- Costs -- Time -- References -- Making Integration Work -- 9 Linking with Private Sector Business and Industry -- History and Overview -- Role of Private Sector and Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) in Emergency Response and Recovery -- Evolution of Disaster Complexity and Private Sector Collaboration -- The Power of Water -- Case Example: Missouri Floods -- Case Example: Lead Contamination Flint, Michigan -- Case Example: Sandy Hook School Shootings -- Case Example: Omaha Metropolitan Medical Response System -- Missouri's Evolving Practice: From Floods to Ferguson -- Case Example: Ferguson, Missouri -- Case Example: Virginia Responds to the 9/11 Attack on the Pentagon -- Community Support -- Integrating Volunteers into Disaster Response -- Strategic Steps Toward Accomplishing Emergency Management, Disaster Behavioral Health, and Private Sector Integration -- Step One: Educating Individuals and Organization -- Step Two: Preparing Individuals and Organizations -- Step Three: Reach Out to Key Partners -- Step Four: Live Emergency Management for Life -- Conclusion -- A Nation Responds: Diana Nordboe's Reflection on 9/11 -- Susan Flanigan's Reflections: Ferguson
  • Making Integration Work
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