The Division recognizes the value of community planning and a holistic approach to emergency planning. Involving mental health professionals, clergy, community leaders and other influential groups will provide the most comprehensive and unified response. This comprehensive response can then ensure greater public health outcomes following a large scale emergency. The Epidemiology and Emergency Preparedness Division seeks to build new relationships with community leaders who have an interest in public health emergency preparedness.
Tabletop Materials for Community and Faith-based Organizations
The following materials were designed to be used by organizations to test their level of preparedness: