Presentation on theme: "Long Term Recovery Groups Mission, Management, and Mobilizing for Survivor Unmet need."— Presentation transcript:
Long Term Recovery Groups Mission, Management, and Mobilizing for Survivor Unmet need
What is Long Term Recovery? The period after response, and traditional aid sources, when individual and families still struggle with basic unmet survival needs.
Voluntary Organizations Emergency food Shelter Clothing Medical needs Clean-up/muck out Insurance Homeowners Sump Failure & Sewer back- up rider Renters Flood FEMA Programs Temporary Housing Repair Medical, Dental, Funeral SBA Programs Real Property loans up to $200,000 Personal Property Loans up to $40,000 FEMA Programs Personal Property Moving & Storage Transportation Group Flood Insurance Voluntary Organizations Long-term, disaster-related unmet needs Sequence of Delivery
A Starting Point Establish functional service area and need Recruit Initial group members Identify Leadership
Leadership Identify “Community Champion” Builds group consensus Sets criteria for assistance, scope and vision for LTRG Delegates committee assignments Sets the tone for sustainability and community resiliency Is the Public Information Liaison
Leadership Community Communication planning Who or what organization will provide the community with LTRG activities Recognize organizations in the committee Monitors milestones Keeps the community informed
What Does Long Term recovery look like?
Long Term Recovery Group Structure Volunteer Coordination Construction Coordination Crisis Counseling Emotional & Spiritual care Community Assessment Case Management Finance Donations $ + In-Kind BOARD
Training Assessments Donations Management Volunteer coordination Case a management Construction management
Thank you! Voluntary Agency Liaison FEMA staff Arlene Magoon John Stewart