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Natural Disaster Planning, Recovery and Rebuilding Services

Sometimes planning ahead isn’t an option. When disaster strikes, let’s work together to recover and build more resilient communities.

In the wake of a disaster, communities must have the right tools to make smart, fast and agile transitions into recovery and rebuilding. Doing it right and doing it fast requires a shared vision for the rebuilding of a more resilient future—not just a return to the status quo.

With the future safety, livelihoods, and economic prosperity of our citizens on the line, there is no room for delay—learning from recovery lessons of the past is imperative. This includes how to maximize the value of every Federal and state recovery dollar and ensure accountability and end-to-end integration of the recovery and economic development process.

ICF has worked with numerous communities to develop and implement long-term recovery and resilience solutions. Here’s how we do it: Specifically, learn how we can work with those in the Florida, Texas and Puerto Rican communities

ICF Led the Largest Disaster Housing Recovery Program in U.S. History

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Louisiana. Texas. New Jersey. New York. After the most devastating storms in the nation’s history struck these states, the ICF team was there. Following Katrina, we helped design and implement Road Home, the largest disaster housing recovery program in U.S. history. In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, we helped New Jersey implement their $4.1 billion CDBG-DR program. At the state and local level, we’ve designed and implemented the programs that help communities pull their lives back together.

How We Do It

Tribal Engagement for True Partnership in Superstorm Sandy Recovery

Connecticut Superstorm Sandy Recovery

New Jersey Superstorm Sandy Recovery

FEMA PrepareAthon (Client Work)

APSR Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange

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In response to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) created the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) to lead work in prevention, preparation, and response to public health emergencies and disasters, ASPR turned to us as a development partner. The result of this partnership was ASPR TRACIE, an information gateway for easily accessible information and technical assistance about healthcare system preparedness, public health preparedness and disaster clinical medicine. Other ASPR TRACIE-related resources include: CMS and Disasters: Resources at Your Fingertips and Healthcare System Recovery Timeline: A White Paper for Texas