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Engaging the Whole Community
The Long-Term Recovery Group was established to inform and shape decisions about recovery by bringing together stakeholders of diverse backgrounds and expertise. The Long-Term Recovery Group is made up of smaller working groups, called Recovery Support Functions.
The Recovery Support Functions include representatives of the public and private sectors from across the County and its municipalities. The diversity of membership ensures that varied perspectives are considered to help shape the County’s path forward, toward resilience.
Recovery Support Functions
To learn more about the mission of each Recovery Support Function, click on each of the buttons below to reveal their descriptions. A full list of participating entities can be found on the Resources page.
Return economic and business activities (including food and agriculture) and develop new business and employment opportunities that result in a sustainable and economically viable community.
Restore, sustain, and improve health networks to promote the resilience, independence, health, and well-being of the community.
3) Human Services
Restore and improve social networks to promote the resilience, independence, emotional/mental health and well-being of the community. Implement feeding and social services solutions that effectively support the needs of the community and contribute to its sustainability and resilience.
Restore and improve housing solutions that effectively support the needs of the community and contribute to its sustainability and resilience.
5) Cultural Resources
Protect natural and cultural resources through appropriate actions.
6) Community Planning & Capacity Building
Conduct a systematic process in the development of executable strategic, operational, and/or community-based approaches to meet recovery priorities.
7) Intergovernmental Affairs
Provide intergovernmental coordination, financial administration, and public information.