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CADRE (Collaborating Agencies' Disaster Relief Effort) is a leading network of organizations that provide community services that are essential in times of disaster.
CADRE coordinates organizational preparedness planning in non-disaster times and activates to respond and provide essential services during and after a disaster.
CADRE works closely with Santa Clara County's emergency management community to build disaster resilience among service organizations through communication, coordination and preparedness training.
CADRE is the official local Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster (VOAD) for Santa Clara County under Northern California's State VOAD. Read More >
Were you concerned about how Ebola might effect our community? What about Enterovirus D68? Do you know what information and resources are available to you and your agency/programs through the County's Public Health Department? How can you and your agency be better prepared to manage the upcoming cold and flu season?
Join us for this informative session designed especially for our community-based and faith-based organizations. We will offer a two part forum for you to
Participants will also have access to take home materials such as emergency preparedness and pandemic flu planning guides in multiple languages, home care guides, posters and links to other resources you can download and use in your own programs to address health-related emergencies and planning.Please note: As we have a limited number of seats and anticipate a high demand for this month's session, we request that agencies limit registrations to 2-3 participants per agency. If you have additional representatives who are interested, please sign up on the "Waiting List" and we will notify as space becomes available. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
Sobrato Center for NonProfits
1400 Parkmoor Ave San Jose, 95126
December 9th, 2104
phone CADRE at 408-577-2175
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, auxiliary aids and services for this meeting will be provided upon request when given three days notice. Please contact the numbers above to request such accommodations. For the safety of those who are sensitive to airborne chemicals, please refrain from wearing fragrances
A ShakeOut Day message from
California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Office for Access and Functional NeedsGreetings! October 16th, is national ShakeOut Day. A time to review your preparedness and practice for an earthquake. Following is a link to vignettes demonstrating what could happen in an earthquake focused on five disabilities. The vignettes link is to the right column of the website page. Please share with others. Here’s the link - click here Thank you! Richard Devylder California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Office for Access and Functional Needs (916) 845-8981 Office (916) 204-6149 Cel email@example.com www.caloes.ca.gov
If you have images of your CADRE or Santa Clara County agency earthquake drill or your agency practicing Drop, Cover and Hold On and would like to see them posted here on the CADRE website Great SHAKEOUT page, or in a coming newsletter, please submit them as a jpg file with your contact information for us to review to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to viewMillions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On at 10:16 a.m. on October 16* during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, which began in California in 2008. Participating is a great way for your family or organization to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– wherever you live, work, or travel. * You can hold your ShakeOut drill any day in October if 10/16 does not work