9 March 2022

Red Cross Offers Support to Frontline Flood Workers

Red Cross Offers Support to Frontline Flood Workers

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Red Cross is offering psychological first aid and self-care sessions for frontline workers who have helped with the flood disaster. 

Have you or your staff been on the frontline of helping with flood relief or disaster recovery in your community? 

If so, Red Cross is giving one-hour mental health support sessions to those impacted. Please email Sarah U’Brien to enquire.

Disaster recovery clinicians Steve Carrigg and Sam Osborne are also offering mental health support to disaster recovery workers. Email Stephen to enquire.

You can also download the Red Cross Guide to Psychological First Aid here.

Other resources for communities affected by the recent disaster are below.

Mental health and wellbeing for adults

Financial assistance for individuals and businesses