Traditional approaches to emergency mass care, health and social services focus strictly on short-term, life-sustaining needs. Services typically cease when disaster survivors leave immediate care facilities. Our approach to response and recovery, specifically Individual Assistance for declared communities, addresses the disaster survivor’s holistic needs with the ultimate goals of improving the transition from response to recovery, connecting state, federal and community assistance programs and resources and facilitating whole community resiliency.

Blending Emergency Management & Human Service Models for More Effective Response & Recovery Operations

  • Congregate & Non-Congregate Sheltering (fixed & soft-sided structures)
  • Feeding & Hydration Services (on-site preparation & mobile delivery)
  • Children’s Services (education & recreation services)
  • Disaster Case Management Services
  • Public Health, Healthcare, & Emergency Medical Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Personal Assistance Services
  • Reunification Services
  • Shelter Transition Services
  • Transportation Services
  • Evacuation Support Services
  • Emergency Supply Distribution Services
  • Base Camp Operations