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Understanding Historical Trauma When Responding to an Event in Indian Country

Understanding Historical Trauma When Responding to an Event in Indian Country

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This fact sheet helps disaster response workers better understand historical trauma in the American Indian culture and how it may affect disaster preparedness and response efforts. It also offers strategies for providing disaster response assistance with cultural sensitivity.



Pub id: SMA14-4866
Publication Date: 9/2014
Last Reviewed: 12/17/2014
Popularity: 117
Format: Fact Sheet
Audience: Disaster Response Workers as Audience, Professional Care Providers
Population Group: American Indian & Alaska Native as Population Group

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