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Emergency Preparedness Kits

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Resources available to members include the following:

CADRE Workshop Materials - training and educational resources from past workshops and other training events.

Agency Emergency Planning - template planning tools and materials to assist community agencies with disaster planning and preparedness efforts.

CADRE Operational Protocols - detailed documents explaining how the CADRE Network operates in both non-disaster and in times of emergency. Area includes forms needed for activation, status reporting and reimbursement forms as well as event specific resource coordination areas.

Annual Conference - archive of materials used and shared at past CADRE conferences.

Additional resources are available to Leadership members:

CADRE Leadership - meeting agendas and minutes, subcommittee agenda and minutes, contact information and other guidance documents for leadership council members.

Member Resources

2016 Workshops 

2015 Workshops and Table Top Exercise

2015 Forums ~ Disaster Resiliency and Your Community

2014 Workshops

2013 Workshops

  • Getting Ready for Disaster Volunteers – Nov. 5, 2013 workshop materials – (ZIP, 1.39MB)
  • EVC materials folder – brochure, forms and quick start guide EVC materials folder – (ZIP, 9.71MB)
  • Disaster Psychological First Aid – Sept. 24th, 2013  workshop materials – (ZIP, 2.05 MB)
  • Long Term Recovery – Aug. 27, 2013 workshop materials – (ZIP, 3.57 MB)

2013 Vision Graphics

Conference Archives

Tools and Templates

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