The Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma honor innovative, ethical and effective reporting of human tragedy across all media platforms. Judges will make two awards, each carrying a $5000 cash prize. The January 30, 2017 deadline has passed.
Homepage for the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs National Center for PTSD.
Homepage for the VA National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics, which houses a wide variety of studies, reports, and statistical analysis of data pertaining to veterans health issues.
Journalist specific section of the AFSP website, includes various links to resources for journalists covering suicide and its effect on families and communities.
Homepage for the Center for Deployment Psychology, an organization focused on enhancing understanding of and encouraging treatment for psychological issues faced by active duty military members during deployment abroad, veterans of overseas deployments, and their families.
Link to the American Psychological Association's Help Center, which provides resources and advice for dealing with a variety of psychological issues including stressful workplaces, the aftermath of disasters and other traumatic experiences, sleep issues, and other sources of mental health problems.
From the Troll Busters website:
"TrollBusters provides just-in-time rescue services to support women journalists, bloggers and publishers who are targets of cyberharassment. We use our virtual S.O.S. team to send positive memes, endorsements and testimonials into online feeds at the point of attack. We dilute the stings of cyberbullies, trolls and other online pests to support you, your voice, your website, your business and your reputation."
A section from the CPJ Journalist Security Guide focused on managing stress reactions for journalists