Resilience and recovery: Navigating mental health challenges in disaster response

Mental health is a crucial aspect of disaster response and emergency management, as individuals and communities can experience significant psychological distress and trauma during and after such events. Hazards, whether natural (such as hurricanes, earthquakes, or floods) or man-made (such as industrial accidents or mass shootings), can have profound effects on the mental well-being of those affected.

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