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Resources in the Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombing

Google resources related to the Boston Marathon explosions

• Boston Mayor's Hotline for families of victims: 617-635-4500
• Boston Police line for witnesses who may have information: 800-494-8477
Red Cross Safe and Well

Live blog at the Boston Globe with news updates and information about closures

The Boston Marathon Bombing: Keep Calm and Carry On

American Psychological Association - Managing traumatic stress: Coping with terrorism

Common Reactions After Trauma

Acts of Violence, Terrorism, or War: Triggers for Veterans

Talking to Kids

Guide for Parents and Educators: Tips for Talking to Children and Youth After Traumatic Events (PDF)

Children's Age-Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event

Talking with Kids about Tough Issues

First responders

Marathon medical tent ‘transformed into trauma unit’

Disaster Rescue and Response Workers

Rookie first responders traumatized by…trauma - Experience helps police officers, firefighters cope


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