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Resources for Haiti in Creole and French
Photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters
by
Alicia Jones
on
October 8, 2016
|

Our thoughts and prayers are with those in Haiti and all those impacted by Hurricane Matthew. For the many who have lost loved ones and the more than 27,000 individuals who are living in shelters, we pray for comfort, protection and swift assistance. And for all those involved with the delivery of aid, we are grateful. May you find the strength, support and resources you need in the days and weeks ahead.

Here is a list of staff care resources available in French and Creole. Please feel free to distribute to those who may find it helpful.

Coping with Disaster Handout

Creole: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/coping-with-disaster--care-haiti_hc_54011.pdf

English: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/coping-with-disaster-english_84660.pdf

French: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/coping-with-disaster-care_french-vs_88728.pdf

Understanding and Coping with Traumatic Stress:

Creole: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/understanding-and-coping-with-traumatic-stress-haitian-creole-version_84112.pdf

English: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/understanding-and-coping-with-traumatic-stress-haitian-creole-version_84112.pdf

Trauma and Critical Incident Care for Humanitarian Workers
French: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/french_translation_trauma_critical_incident_care_for_humanitarian_workers_final_85956.pdf

English: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/french_translation_trauma_critical_incident_care_for_humanitarian_workers_final_85956.pdf

Vicarious Trauma Handout

French: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/vicarious-trauma-module-handout-french-2_86832.pdf

English: http://www.headington-institute.org/files/vicarious-trauma-handout_85433.pdf

Vicarious Trauma: What can Managers Do? French http://www.headington-institute.org/files/what-can-managers-do-french-2_86376.pdf

Vicarious Trauma: What can Managers Do? English http://www.headington-institute.org/files/vicarious-trauma-handout_for-managers_85189.pdf

Resources for Children and Families:

Helping Aid Workers and Their Children Cope With Disaster:

http://www.headington-institute.org/resource-index/369/helping-aid-workers-and-their-children-cope-with-disaster

Tips for Talking to Children and Youth After Traumatic Events:

http://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/tips-talking-to-children-after-traumatic-event.pdf

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