Canterbury earthquake social recovery services and support

This video series shows you how to support people’s wellbeing following a major natural disaster using an integrated system of psychosocial services and supports. Residents of greater Christchurch endured more than 15,000 earthquakes and aftershocks as well as secondary stressors that emerged throughout the recovery period.

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