Coping through a natural disaster emergency | Mental health tips for your and your familyHaving to flee your home, leave animals or possessions behind and relocating can cause distress, fear and anxiety for you and your loved ones.
Mental health during a crisis
BC Government | Stay safe and healthy in an emergencyPlanning and preparing for emergencies and natural disasters can be hard. A support network lets two or more people help each other in an emergency.
Coping with crisisFollowing an emergency or disaster, a person may experience a range of thoughts, feelings and behaviour that can be intense, confusing and frightening.
Taking care of your emotional health | Emergency preparedness and responseIt is natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief, and worry during and after a disaster.
Coping with natural disaster stressSmoke, evacuations, loss, worry—BC’s floods and wildfires affect us all. If you are feeling stressed or anxious, you are not alone.