Hurricane Ida Recovery Fund

  • Hurricane Response Hub: What’s Next?

      The Hurricane Response Hub (HRH) initiative has been a two and a half -year long endeavor that has supported the creation of five technical assistance centers (TACs) located in Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and Georgia. Although this project will conclude at the end of June 2021, each of the TACs have identified ways […]

  • Hurricane Response Hub: Program Recap

      One year after the 2017 hurricane season, many affected communities were still  in the midst of the recovery efforts due to the damage and destruction caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. To ensure disaster-related environmental and occupational health best practices were applied to ongoing recovery efforts, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Resources for Hurricane Readiness & Recovery (The Hub Speaks, June 2021)

    For the final issue of The Hub Speaks, we have curated resources and online training opportunities for preparing for this year’s hurricane season, as well as, to highlight some of the notable materials that have been created throughout this initiative. Upon the completion of this project, NNPHI’s Hurricane Response Hub webpage will be converted into […]

  • Reflections on Success: Hurricane Response Hub

      The Hurricane Response Hub (HRH) initiative was a two and a half year collaboration between the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health. In response to the devastating hurricanes of 2017—Harvey, Irma, and Maria—five technical assistance centers (TACs) were established […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Resources for Hurricane Readiness & Recovery (The Hub Speaks, June 2020)

    For the June issue of The Hub Speaks, we have curated resources and training opportunities for preparing for this year’s hurricane season. We will continue to provide updates and resources to help public health professionals and other community organizations to educate and assist in preparing their communities for natural disasters during a pandemic.

  • The Intersection of Hurricane Season and COVID-19: Implications for Emergency Shelters

    How do you plan for hurricane season during a pandemic? According to Betty Dixon, BSN, MHSA, DrPH (Director of Nursing and Clinical Services at the Coastal Health District in Savannah, Georgia), the answer is full of precautions. Dr. Dixon explains, “We are very concerned about COVID-19 and the potential for its spread within emergency shelters, […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Resources for Hurricane Readiness & Recovery (The Hub Speaks, May 2020)

    For the May issue of The Hub Speaks, we have curated resources and training opportunities for preparing for this year’s hurricane season. We will continue to provide updates and resources to help public health professionals and other community organizations to educate and assist in preparing their communities for natural disasters during a pandemic.

  • Leveraging Partnership to Inform and Expand the Bandwidth of Disaster Resiliency

    In August 2019, the National Network of Public Health Institutions (NNPHI) partnered with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) to explore the development of a curriculum for a new Hurricane Response Hub Project ECHO pilot series entitled Environmental Health Communication Strategies in a Hurricane Emergency Event. This partnership is a concrete example of how nongovernmental […]

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