According to the Washington State Department of Health, about 3 million Washingtonians will likely experience clinically significant behavioral health symptoms within the next 3-6 months as a result of the ongoing pandemic.

This follows the psychological phases associated with a disaster situation, and varies based on the start of the outbreak and mitigation activities within a community.

These are normal reactions to abnormal circumstances, but the good news is that resilience is the typical response to disasters and it CAN be taught.   

GCACH is embarking on an ambitious campaign to increase individual and community resilience, but the first step is a baseline measurement of where our region stands.

Please help GCACH understand the current state of resilience in our region by filling out this short (6-questions) survey. Thank you!

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* 1. My knowledge about common stress responses people have in the pandemic: 

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* 2. My level of understanding about how to change my thinking about stressful situations:

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* 3. My level of understanding about how to regulate my emotions in times of stress:

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* 4. My level of understanding about how to engage with others and be intentional about my participation in my community.

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* 5. My skill at recognizing issues and engaging in resilience building is:

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* 6. My skill at recognizing issues and engaging in self-care is:

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