Recovery & Resiliency
Magellan has partnered with national experts in behavioral health recovery and resiliency to offer e-courses.
Disasters can take different forms. Some disasters, like hurricanes or floods, can often have warning signs before they strike. Other disasters, like a tornado or man-made threat, can strike with little or no warning to the people in danger.
Whether there are warning signs or not, there is something you can do to protect yourself and those you love from a disaster.
Hurricanes, floods and tornados are among Louisiana’s more common disaster events. Learn what you can do to be prepared before the danger is here.
Before, during, and after a disaster, it is important to have answers and information that can help keep you safe and find recovery.
A disaster can be very traumatic. You, or someone in your family, may need help coping with loss, anxiety or depression. You may also need help with housing, food or clothing after a disaster has happened.
See our Current Events resources for even more information, including Protecting Our Youth from Suicide and Recovering from Violence in our Community.
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