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2016 Disaster Behavioral Health Conference.

This year’s overall theme was “Footprint of Disasters: Acknowledging the Community Within”.  

Topics Included:

  • Accent Signage:  How Does a Company RecoverMapping the Mind of a First

  • Responder:  Coming to Terms with the Reality of Cumulative Stress

  • Bird Flu Panel:  Understanding the Impact

  • St Louis Park Schools:  Healing a Community

  • Local Updates:  West Metro FAC Response Team and Statewide Exercise                        

We look forward to sharing the content of these topics with you. Contact Jonathan

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