Safer Santa Rosa
Address:

Daneil Hahn
4499 Pine Forest Rd
Milton Fl 32583

Email:
Questions and comments can be submitted to:
Email
Phone:
(850) 983-4606




  • Welcome to SAFER Santa Rosa
  • Your RQ (Readiness Quotient)
  • Documents
  • Newsletter
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SAFER is the successor of the Santa Rosa Long Term Recovery Organization which developed after Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis. During periods when there are no disasters, SAFER attempts to meet the needs of the less fortunate in the community.

MISSION: to foster efficient, streamlined service delivery to people affected by disasters, while eliminating unnecessary duplication of effort, through cooperation in the four phases of disaster: preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation.

VISION: To create the most resilient community possible to safeguard our way of life


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SAFER Santa Rosa County is a humanitarian association of independent organizations who may be active in all phases of disaster.

SAFER Santa Rosa is not a competing or exclusionary organization. SAFER Santa Rosa is intended to be a network for organizations active in disaster. Each SAFER member organization will maintain its own identity and independence while closely collaborating with other SAFER Santa Rosa member organizations. COAD - Community Organizations Active in Disasters

SAFER - Support Alliance For Emergency Readiness


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SAFER Santa Rosa
You can make a deposit at any local Coastal Bank and Trust branch or by mailing checks to:
SAFER Santa Rosa c/o Daniel Hahn
4499 Pine Forest Road
Milton, FL. 32583

Or, Make a Dontation through PayPal


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Your RQ Readiness Quotient

In recent years, the American people have been urged to "get ready" and to prepare for emergencies—from natural disasters to terrorist attacks. But no one has ever given the public a simple, comprehensive and consistent tool to actually measure how prepared they are. No one has ever provided communities and the nation as a whole with a practical "gauge" to assess their preparedness, recognize their successes, and identify gaps where more work needs to be done. Until now.

The Public Readiness Index (PRI) is a first-of-its kind tool for individuals, families and communities to determine and evaluate their readiness. See how you stack up against the national average and learn specific steps you can take to better prepare yourself and your family, as well as things you can do to encourage your community, schools, and workplace to be better prepared.

Get your readiness quotient - "RQ" - by visiting The Council for Excellence in Government at http://whatsyourrq.org/form.php?refcode=SantaRosa or visit the Emergency Management page at http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/emergency/disasterprep.html The importance of taking the RQ test is that we can track grades by zip code which may assist us in determining where future preparedness training and public awareness initiatives should take place.

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SAFER By-laws 09/19/2014 180967kb
Safe Communities America Application 10/01/2013 8708090kb
Citizen Corps core capabilities 01/14/2013 3408384kb
Building Community Disaster Resilience through Private-Public 08/06/2012 4779656kb
Facing Hazards and Disasters: Understanding 08/06/2012 1634011kb
Tao of COADs 05/04/2012 1011592kb
Donation form 04/06/2011 36491kb
SAFER Kids project explained 09/16/2010 30724kb
Communicating public warnings 08/17/2010 2728358kb
Resilience defined 08/17/2010 565280kb
IRS tax free status 04/23/2010 62001kb
Santa Rosa Long Term Recovery Plan 02/08/2010 16535034kb
Draft FEMA recovery plan 02/08/2010 853815kb
Western Panhandle Social Capital Report 01/26/2010 308974kb
SAFER Proclamation 01/22/2010 49357kb
Bulk Food Calendar 01/15/2010 52439kb
EM Publication 01/13/2010 428510kb
SAFER Santa Rosa 01/13/2010 194466kb
Conflict of Interest Policy 01/13/2010 28299kb
Articles of Incorporation 01/13/2010 32811kb
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