This video address behavioral health concerns that arise when people are exposed to disasters. From the presentation transcript: "The goal of today's webinar is to address mental health, substance abuse, and stress management needs of people who have been exposed to human-caused, natural, or technological disasters. We will begin with Dr. April Naturale who will provide an introduction to disaster behavioral health and its importance to disaster preparedness and response. We will then move on to Dr. Curt Drennen who will provide basic strategies for supporting the disaster behavioral needs of survivors. We will end with Mr. Anthony Barone who will discuss his experiences and lessons learned from applying disaster behavioral health concepts to disaster response. Following each presentation our guest speakers will respond to questions. The learned objectives of today's webinar are to provide a basic overview of core disaster behavioral health concepts, information on basic actions disaster response personnel can incorporate in their interactions with disaster survivors without the need for extensive training, and information on recognizing severe reactions to disasters and how to make a referral for a behavioral health assessment." The duration of this video is 1 hour, 4 minutes and 37 seconds. Closed captioning and a follow-along transcript are both available during video play, and a complete transcript is available for review here in our library [https://www.hsdl.org/?abstract&did=723074].