News for You

Many individuals are feeling the mental, emotional and physical toll surrounding recent events across the country. If you or a loved one are experiencing emotional distress of any kind, contact today by selecting an icon from the Access Bar at the top of this page.

If you are directly impacted by wildfires, weather or other events, please find resources below and continue to monitor news outlets, community updates and follow local advice to ensure your safety.

California Wildfires

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Aid and Resources:

Resources:

  • Wildfires (Article)
  • Steps to Help Protect Your Home from Wildfires (Article)
  • Disaster Supplies Kit (Article)

Colorado Wildfires

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Aid and Resources:

Resources:

  • Wildfires (Article)
  • Steps to Help Protect Your Home from Wildfires (Article)
  • Disaster Supplies Kit (Article)

Hurricane Laura and Tropical Storm Marco (US Gulf Coast):

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Aid and Resources:

Resources:

  • Get your Family, Home, and Car Ready for a Hurricane (Article)
  • Avoiding Home Wind Damage (Article)
  • Disaster Supplies Kit (Article)
  • Staying Safe After a Hurricane (Article)

Civil Unrest

Recent unrest across the nation has dominated the news and impacted each of us uniquely. If you need assistance processing these events and managing emotions caused by them, in-the-moment support is available from today. Below are some resources available to help you promote healthy and open discussions about race and diversity.

Resources:

  • Promoting Healthy Discussions About Race (Flash Course)
  • Cultural Diversity in the Workplace (Flash Course)
  • Managing Diversity (Article)
  • Diversity in the Workplace (Article)

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