Join us on March 5th
Our team will be gathering at the EOC at 640 South Franklin in Greenfield at 3:30 for an informal walk through of the ESF 6 (Mass Care) documentation. With involvement by 911 Dispatch personnel, Hancock County Emergency Management, Hancock County CERT Team, local Radio Groups, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, United Way, Hancock County Senior Services(HART) and various shelter providers, it is critical that we make sure all interested parties are on the same page.
We learned from an actual call out that some folks will not evacuate when they need to because they won’t abandon their pets. Now, Frenzy Animal Rescue has joined our team and help to make sure everyone is safe, including our furry friends.
Often storms or flooding that necessitate people being evacuated to a shelter also damage their only transportation. That means various COAD partners will be called on to help with non-medical transport.
We will take a quick look at four different scenarios and explore the prescribed roles and responsibilities of the various team members, updating the current documentation as necessary. This will give everyone a chance to see how the process will work.
To find out more feel free to call 317-372-2304 or reply to this email
Hancock County COAD Team