The Disaster Response State Grant is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to serve 26 counties in Missouri that were impacted by severe storms, floods and tornados in Spring, 2019. These counties were federally declared disasters. Youth and adults impacted by these natural disasters can receive behavioral health services including treatment for mental illness and substance use disorders. This grant also provides opportunities for outreach, education and training for individuals impacted by natural disasters. Disaster-related trauma looks different for everyone. Recovery is possible.
Brownfield Agriculture News Radio Podcast: Managing Mental Health
Listen to a series of agriculture podcasts regarding managing mental health. Topics include: natural disasters, asking for help, and depression,.
Disaster Related Trauma - Media Toolkit
Download free material (Facebook/Instagram graphics, display graphics, and information videos) to help spread awareness about disaster-related recovery services and trauma-informed care.
Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid is a free skills-based training that teaches people how to identify, understand, and respond to the signs and symptoms of a mental health or substance use challenge. This training is offered for adults, teens, and youth.
Office of Disaster Services (ODS)
ODS plans and develops activities to support a coordinated mental health response for Missourians in disaster situations. Learn more about Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery!
Suicide Prevention Resources
DMH offers an extensive list of suicide prevention resources. Learn more today.
Trauma Informed Care Courses
Learn more about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the impact of trauma on people and communities. Sign up today and enroll in the courses that interest you. More information on the Trauma Informed Care Courses, including enrollment instructions, can be found on the Trauma Informed Care Course Flyer.