Disaster case management: Navigating recovery one person at a time
2 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. CT
Oftentimes, disaster-affected families and individuals face a long, complex and arduous recovery process. They need an advocate within the community to help them navigate and access all available resources.
Disaster case management (DCM), which enables and empowers local communities to work directly with disaster-affected families and individuals to determine and address specific needs, is essential to the recovery process.
In this webinar, Cari Cullen, director of the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Midwest Early Recovery Fund, will highlight the new Disaster Case Management toolkit designed to help funders and nonprofits understand the DCM process. Speakers will share the benefits and importance of DCM, including examples from their own experiences. CDP regularly supports DCM programs in communities following a disaster.
At the end of the webinar, grantmakers will:
- Understand the principles and importance of disaster case management.
- Be aware of how community DCM programs intersect with government-sponsored case management programs.
- Learn from specific, real-life examples of successful DCM programs.
While primarily aimed at funders, it may also interest emergency managers, government staff, academics, disaster responders and nongovernmental organization staff interested in or working on disasters and other crises.
- Kristin Kelley Monahan, Owner, Kelley Nonprofit Consulting
- Maria Gonzales, Director of Disaster Case Management, South Carolina, SBP USA
This webinar is co-sponsored by Giving Compass and United Philanthropy Forum.
Automatic closed captioning will be available via Zoom during the webinar. The webinar will be recorded and posted on this page. We will email the link to the fully captioned recording to everyone who registered.
CDP is striving to increase the accessibility of its webinars. Please email Katie Huang and let us know what accommodations you need by August 1; we will do our best to meet your needs as feasible.