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National Mass Care Strategy: Building a Community of Practitioners [presentation]   [open pdf - 1MB]

"This is the webinar presentation slides on the National Mass Care Strategy: Building a Community of Practitioners. Webinar Presenters include: Amy Mintz, American Red Cross; James McGowan, National VOAD [Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster]; John Madden, National Emergency Management Association (NEMA); [and] Waddy Gonzalez, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) [...]. The National Mass Care Strategy provides a unified approach to the delivery of mass care assistance to all communities, by establishing common goals, fostering inclusive collaborative planning, and identifying resource needs to build a national mass care capacity, focusing on: [1] Congregate and non-congregate temporary shelters (including household pets) [2] Fixed or mobile feeding operations [3] Distribution of relief supplies [4] Family reunification [5] Health and/or mental health services [6] Information and recovery assistance"

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2014-03-26
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National Mass Care Strategy: Building a Community of Practitioners. February 3, 2014
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