Coping with Extreme Heat
The mentally ill are particularly vulnerable during extreme heat periods, with greater morbidity and mortality. These tool kits provide: Educational material for mental health providers about heat impacts, focusing particularly on our psychiatric population; Guidelines/tips for patients or family/caregivers during extreme heat.
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