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Crisis in the American Heartland: Disasters & Mental Health in Rural Environments.


Crisis in the American Heartland: Disasters & Mental Health in Rural Environments

George W. Doherty

Rocky Mountain Institute


134 pages


Coming Home: Challenges of Returning Veterans; Volume 2


Focusing on the issues of returning veterans, this volume shows how to help those who live in rural communities with mental health issues following deployments in conflict situations, especially civilian military members from the National Guard and Reserves. It covers the importance of community leadership; morale, deployment, and stress; stress and stress responses, including delayed stress, posttraumatic stress disorder, suicide, fear, and anxiety; returning to equilibrium; well-being; traumatic brain injury; and teleconferencing with clients.

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Date:Apr 1, 2014
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