A Journey of Transition from Sandy to Today to Tomorrow (October 25th)

To provide the community of Long Beach and the Barrier Island, a city impacted severely by Superstorm Sandy in 2012, a workshop on learning to transition during crisis. Coping skills, compassion fatigue and strategies for post disaster stress and anxiety will be addressed through a guided workshop by a member of the Bereavement Ministry in The Tri Parish ministries of Long Beach and Point Look Out. [LINK]

Hosted by LB Community Organizations Active in Disasters – LB COAD

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  1. All good. Please note that for crisis counseling with links to thousands of valuable referrals we are also lucky to have the Long Island Crisis Center’s 24/7 hotline available at 5166791111.

  2. Thanks TTMS for that info too. There are a number of sources we can all use as we go through the Process of Rebuilding. We support these Community events as we share this unique experience of a true Disaster. Perhaps you lost lights for a few hours or all your possessions that night on the 29th.
    Know you are not alone and there are many people you can reach out to free of charge.

    Another new program is iHELPCBT.com
    You can do it from home on your computer or at the LB Public Library in the Quiet Area.

    Thank you.
    Liz Treston

    http://www.lbcoad.org

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