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Programs & Information
Bridges out of Poverty
Process's Bridges Out of Poverty family of concepts, workshops, and products helps employers, community organizations, social service agencies, and individuals address and reduce poverty in a comprehensive way.
Santa Rosa is excited to present the EscaRosa Business Continuity Initiative as a venue for businesses in Santa Rosa County to be involved with developing plans and sharing ideas to keep businesses in the county open during and after a disaster.
Browse through the committees and members of SAFER Santa Rosa.
Learn about the Santa Rosa Disaster Fund, where 100% of all proceeds will go to helping disaster victims in Santa Rosa County after large scale disasters strike.
The Safe Communities America designation is awarded to communities that have demonstrated leadership in promoting safety, reducing injuries, and preparing their citizens for natural and man-made disasters.
The SAFER Kids Project was developed out of an already existing committee of concerned community members who started a "barricade" project in order to purchase, store and utilize barricades for all community events in the county.
Shoreline Users Resource Force (S.U.R.F.) Program
S.U.R.F. volunteers will be stationed on Navarre Beach to provide information on beach and water safety, coastal habitats, wildlife, clean-up response, beach conditions, hurricanes, heat safety, seafood safety, and the Navarre Beach "leave no trace" ordinance wildlife to beach visitors.
Training & Information
Here you can find training and information materials for SAFER Santa Rosa.