Recognise common reactions to a disaster, learn how to take care of yourself and overcome stress, and find out who to contact for help.
Understand a family's most common reactions after a disaster, what you can do to help your family recover and where to go for support.
Not-for-profit organisations provide post-disaster emotional support, crisis hotlines and other help to the community.
Information about disaster resilience and recovery for businesses.
Information for primary producers about recovering after a disaster.
For assistance with a life threatening situation call 000 immediately.
For assistance with non-life threatening situations such as help with a damaged roof, rising flood water, or storm damage call the SES on 132 500.
For assistance call the Community Recovery Hotline on 1800 173 349.
Follow @RecoveryQld on Twitter to help you prepare for storm and cyclone season, and receive community recovery updates when a disaster or emergency strikes.
Information in your language
Read our translated fact sheets about community recovery support and financial assistance to find out more in your language.
Regional community support services
During and after a disaster you may need practical assistance or community support to assist you and your family. Our regional community support services brochures provide information and contact details for key community services available in your area.
Also, our support and financial assistance fact sheets provide more information and contact details for key services and financial assistance if you have been impacted by a disaster and are unable to meet your own recovery.