Emergency Management – A Normal for Some

Episcopal Health Foundation :: New report: Top 20 zip codes for FEMA …

Nov 20, 2017 – About Us … New report: Top 20 zip codes for FEMA assistance applications highlight ….. of communities when faced by stressors such as natural disasters. … “We’re concerned that the voices of the most vulnerable may not be …
Dec 19, 2017 – EHF’s analysis found that in the zip codes with the highest FEMA approval rates, renters were approved at lower rates than homeowners. … of communities when faced by stressors such as natural disasters. “We’re concerned that the voices of the most vulnerable may not be represented … Connect With Us.
Jun 17, 2014 – People living in 10 largely rural counties in the Deep South and near the Gulf Coast are most vulnerable to hurricanes, according to recent …

Emergency Management is possibly a misunderstood expression due to misunderstood language or peoples limited thinking, that it only means disaster matters.   Examining the phrase, it has an application for large or small events in the broadest sense of the words.  Any emergency needs managing.  The National Incident Management System and The National Response Framework came into existence in 2003, after the events of September 11, 2001.  A common expression often repeated by EM instructors – “you can use this system (NIMS) to manage an event as small as a birthday party or as large as the super bowl.”

Our end objective is, to begin dismemberment of the historically labeled vulnerable neighborhoods from dismembered to assembled.  This process includes training, and organizing to mitigate all hazards therefore, increasing the recovery and resilience factors.