Disaster Relief Toolkit
Client: Hawai‘i Department of Health, Design Asylum


In recent years, Hawai‘i has grappled with a series of natural disasters. This comprehensive toolkit serves as a vital resource, empowering families and individuals to proactively prepare for impending disasters and effectively address the behavioral health consequences that often accompany them. The toolkit encompasses an emergency preparedness booklet, an important documents folder, magnets and stickers featuring stress-reduction strategies, and a stress-reduction wallet card. A total of 2,400 toolkits have been distributed, with translations available in 21 languages, making this  resource accessible to everyone. (View the Disaster Response State Project here)

Overview of complete pieces including magnet and sticker self-care tips, an informational wallet and note card, a disaster relief guide booklet, and an important documents folder.

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Rovie Jay Dacumos is a Graphic Designer based in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. He holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, and currently works at a local graphic design agency.