Best Practices and Resources
From the Public Engagement Program
Emergency Preparedness in the Neighborhood: Engaging
Residents as Partners in Disaster Planning and
Groups of residents on the SF Peninsula are organizing at the neighborhood level to work with local governments and prepare themselves for emergencies.
For a full list of Public Engagement resources, visit www.ca-ilg.org/engagementpubs.
Integrating Immigrant Families in Emergency Response,
Relief, and Rebuilding Efforts
This publication is by Grantmakers Concerned for Immigrants and Refugees and the Annie E. Casey Foundation offers a framework for how local governments can incorporate Limited English Proficient (LEP) residents into the emergency planning process, increase their preparedness, and develop capacity in key public agencies to communicate with and serve these residents.
Master Plan for Incorporation of Congregations in San
Mateo County Office of Emergency Services Natural Disaster and
Community Crisis Preparedness and Response
This summary was prepared by the Peninsula Clergy Network and describes the framework in which congregations can foster, support, and coordinate efforts to prepare residents for emergency preparedness and response.