PARTNERS AND FRIENDS

CCC-PC provides a unique platform to bring together the many agencies, non-profit organizations and faith based groups that usually respond to disaster's and helping people in need.  Individually these organizations bring many assets, skills, and capabilities to the table. However, no one group can do all that needs to be done.  Coordinating these efforts, they tap into each others resources and lessen the chance for our residents to fall through the cracks. Working together, these groups discover who can do what and build a sense of trust that enables them to expand beyond their own resources. The end result is our residents who are impacted by an event have a better chance to access the services and support they need to recover.

 

Citizen Corps members may be involved in more than one of these organizations. This enables them to be more engaged in supporting their communities even when disasters are not happening.

  • Support operatioins of Volunteer Reception Center (VRC)

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination Teams.

  • Provide case management for vets. 

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, Volunteer and Donations Coordination and shelters teams with ham radio capabilities.

  • Maintains a well-trained cadre of Ham operators ready to assist throughout the County, including in community shelters.

  • Volunteers in EOC, able to relay situational awareness from the field to the EOC teams.

  • Maintain trained Care Teams ready to activate to help citizens in need.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer Donations Coordination teams.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and DSAT teams. 

  • Support operation efforts following a disaster

  • Supports volunteer and donations coordination

  • Provide case management

  • Coordinate with the Pierce County Department of Emergency Management (PCDEM) to help maintain and upkeep this Support Annex.

  • Provide training opportunities for volunteers and affiliated agencies to support emergency preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation efforts in Pierce County.

  • CCC-PC Liaison Team:

    • Identify members who can speak on behalf of respective organizations with regard to volunteers and/or donations management.​

    • During an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activation provide a cadre of CCC-PC members trained to work as volunteers at the EOC, cross-trained to work in several different capacities, including logistics support, sheltering, Disaster Survivors Advocacy Team (DSAT) and Joint Information Center (JIC), to support EOC functions.

  • Develop a communications plan with redundancy amount its members. 

  • Provide Professional guidance in community shelters to help identify accommodation needs for guests in the shelters. 

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC

  • Support animal response activities during disaster in coordination with WASART.

  • Provide security support at Volunteer Reception and Donation Centers.

  • Provide background security checks for registered volunteers.

  • Lead agency for volunteers assigned to Search and Rescue operations.

  • Support operations of CCC, including DSAT and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Volunteers under the guidance of the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department. 

  • They are specially trained to respond to medical emergencies, support community health fairs, assist at large public events and participate in community disaster drills.

  • Provide community preparedness training for community members.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC including Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Works in coordination with WASART to assist local officials and Pierce County residents in estabishing emergency pet shelters co-located with people shelters. 

  • Sponsoring agency for CCC-PC.

  • Coordinate volunteer activations though CCC-PC and provides logistical support.

  • Coordinate with the CCC-PC to support volunteer registration, establish VRC, shelters, DSAT, assist in operations, and provide logistical support.

  • Coordinate and provide training in NIMS/ICS, Liaison Teams, shelters, DSAT, VRC, Donations Management, and other areas of emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

  • Establish Neighborhood Emergency Teams, preparing neighbors to be ready to help each other in a disaster.

  • Provide heavy equipment when requested.

  • Ensure accessible roads to the shelters, VRC and Donations Center.

  • Provide barricades, cones, and other traffic devices.

  • is a non-profit organization dedicated to bring people together to take back their streets.

  • The Safe Streets campaign supports the growth of neighborhood block groups, planting the seeds of community leadership to create better, safe communities throughout Pierce County. 

  • When neighbors are empowered, they can feel more comfortable to reach out and help other needing assistance.

  • Assist in facilitation of assistance to disaster victims, including case management.

  • Assist in facilitation of the Donations Coordination Center.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, including DSAT and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Assist in facilitation of the Donations Coordination Center.

  • Support operations of CCC-PC, including DSAT and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Support emergency shelter efforts during disasters.

  • Provide expertise in structural assessments following a disaster.

  • Support operations of CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Support operations of CCC-PC, including DSAT and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Provide volunteer support for response and recovery activities.

  • Assist in providing mass care for Pierce County residents, including feeding.

  • Provides CERT training to residents and people who work in Tacoma.

  • Coordinate and provide training in NIMS/ICS, Liaison Teams, shelters, VRC, Donations Management, and other areas of emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

  • Support CCC-PC meetings

  • Support donations management 

  • Provide emotional and spiritual support and guidance to volunteers, first-responders, and residents.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Lead agency for the mobilization and management of the Medical Reserve Corps.

  • Lead agency for credentialing in-county medical volunteers.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Provide training in mass care and shelter operations.

  • Assist in providing mass care for Pierce County residents, including sheltering and feeding.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, including DSAT and Volunteer Donations Teams.

  • Lead agency in establishment of Donations Coordination Center.

  • Supply trained staff members with expertise in receiving, sorting, warehousing, tracking, packing, and distribution of non-monetary goods.

  • Support operations of the CCC, DSAT and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Assist in providing mass care for Pierce County residents, including feeding.

  • Provide trained staff with expertise in volunteer coordination.

  • Provide resource information for disaster case management committee.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Provide trained volunteers to respond as chaplains in disaster situations

  • Support Care Teams in shelter activations

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Provide trained AmeriCorps and VISTA members to assist in disaster relief, volunteer coordination, or other disaster related activities.

  • Support operations of the CCC-PC, and Support Volunteer and Donations Coordination teams.

  • Responds to animals in immediate crisis and dangerous situations.

  • Partners with CCC-PC and PCART for establishing pet shelters co-located with people shelters in disasters.

  • Supports organizations active the CCC-PC.

  • Coordinate relief services to areas of the state impacted by disasters.

  • Trains CERT to Pierce County residents.

  • Works with Tacoma, the ARC, and CCC-PC to support sheltering efforts in the county.

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