Crisis management requires an individualized approach that fits the situation. This chapter examines the ways in which social workers can aid trauma survivors facing crises. Topics covered include exploring the crisis intervention process and methodologies effective with survivors. Increasing the prevalence of crisis intervention, suicide prevention became more widespread in the 1960s, primarily via telephone hotlines. The Community Reinvestment Act of 1963 also helped propel the growth of crisis facilities by requiring that comprehensive community mental health centers provide the emergency service in order to receive federal funding. Practitioners utilize a variety of crisis intervention methodologies when working with and assessing survivors for detrimental trauma impact after crises occur. Further research into the effectiveness of crisis intervention modalities is required prior to identifying whether most meet the standards of evidence-based practice. Psychological First Aid is an example of a crisis intervention that has been determined to be an evidence-based practice.