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This is the first core text that tackles the myriad recovery issues faced by federal, state, and local emergency managers in a long-term disaster recovery situation. Topics include recovery planning, housing, debris management, public and private sector recovery, and historical and cultural preservation. The author also discusses environmental recovery, social and psychological recovery and services, voluntary organizations, federal assistance programs, grant-writing, and donations management. Each chapter features key terms, learning objectives, highlighted practical applications, review questions, a summary, and references. Numerous case studies ensure concepts are fully explained and illustrated.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Recovery|
|What is Recovery?|
|Frameworks and Approaches to Disaster|
|Recovery Pre and Post Recovery Planning|
|Dimensions of Recovery Infrastructure and Lifelines|
|Housing Business and Private Sector Recovery Public|
|Sector Recovery Environmental Resources and Recovery|
|Social and Psychological Recovery Strategies to Foster|
|Effective Recovery Debris Management Donations|
|Management Community Participation Working with Voluntary|
|Organizations Federal Assistance Programs and other Funding|
|Linking Recovery to Mitigation|
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