Disaster Support & Trainings

REGISTER TODAY

March 27/28 -or- April 15/16 | 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Dyck Arboretum, Hesston
REGISTRATION IS FREE | CE available for $50 (sponsored by Prairie View, Inc.)

If applying for Continuing Education credits, payment must be submitted online.

Two-day training that combines lectures with experiential and interactive activities in which learning occurs through presentations, physical engagement, creative expression and conversation with other participants.

The content of this presentation is based on the STAR (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience) program, Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA.

Facilitated By

Susan Lamb & Leslie Frye, STAR Practitioners

Components of the Training

  • Trauma’s Impact on the Brain/Body
  • Types of Trauma
  • Implications of ACEs
  • Relevance of Dignity Violations
  • Community Implications
  • Resiliency and Self-Care Techniques

Sponsored By

Sponsored by Cooperative Agreement number NU90TP921961, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

           

Harvey County
Health Department

Contact Us

Susan Lamb
Central Kansas Community Foundation
(620) 327-2422
susan@centralkansascf.org

Lynnette Redington
Harvey County Health Department
(316) 283-1637
lredington@harveycounty.com



CKCF Disaster Donor Services

Welcome to the Disaster Support webpage for the CKCF service area, sponsored by the Central Kansas Community Foundation. We research and vet charitable organizations that are currently taking donations for national and local natural and situational disaster events. Donations to these organizations are safe and tax deductible to the extent of the law.

In addition, should there be a crisis or natural disaster in Harvey County or the surrounding service area, we will post information here and provide a tax deductible means for you to support your community and any victims through charitable giving.


Disaster Support Resources

Multi-Agency Resource Center – MARC: Planning Resource
Harvey County Emergency Management
Tips on Preparing your Community for a Disaster