I recieved this notice from a reputable source. I have not discussed this with the author directly, but thought I'd pass on the information in case anyone here wanted to be a part of this project.


I'm a writer, working on a book with a doctor about the collective
impact of natural disasters, mass violence, terrorist threats (and 9/11) on
our mental health. Even people who do not live at the site of the event, he
says, are experiencing anxiety and post-traumatic stress, which emerges in
many ways, including short tempers, road rage and irritability.

I am looking for real people to share their stories. Please get in touch
with me if you have a story. Thank you for allowing me to post here.

Here is my website:

Winnie Yu

Inspirational Quotes

I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity.

John D. Rockefeller


Please accept our humble appreciation for all that CARe has done for me and my family. You navigated us through the turmoil of the Tea Fire in Santa Barbara, almost 3 years ago. Thanks to your guidance we were able to recover more insurance funds. We had the Fair Plan, through Allstate. We recovered the additional funds from Allstate. Thank you for all you do.

Tea Fire Survivor, 2008