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The Need for an Integrated Approach. Communities as Systems. Summary of Findings. The Strategic Planning Process as a Framework. Building on Previous Strategic Planning Processes. The Critical Role of a Vision. Assessments to Inform Recovery Planning. Community Health Assessments. Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments. Disaster Impact Assessments. Planning for Recovery.

Organizing for an Integrated Approach. Seeking and Applying Recovery Resources.

Creating a Learning System. Summary of Findings and Recommendations. Resource Implications of Disaster Declarations. Other Federal Recovery Funding Programs. Nonfederal Resources for Recovery.

Private-Sector Resources. Nonprofit and Philanthropic Resources. State and Local Government Funding Mechanisms. Funding Pathways. Challenges in the Post-Disaster Context. Technical Requirements. Financial Incentives.

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Summary of Findings and Recommendation. Annex Funding for Disaster Recovery. Public Health in the Context of a Healthy Community.

Disaster-Related Public Health Challenges. Public Health Sector Organization and Resources.

Rebuilding sustainable communities after disasters: how can you help?

The Federal Public Health Enterprise. State and Local Health Departments. Conduct Community Health Assessments. Participating in a Shared Communication Effort. Reestablishing Critical Public Health Infrastructure. Summary of Findings and Conclusions. Public Health Sector Recovery Checklist. Health Care in the Context of a Healthy Community. Disaster-Related Health Care Challenges. Health Care Sector Organization and Resources. Federal Level. Regional, State, and Local Levels. Developing Continuity of Operations and Recovery Plans.

Conducting Post-Disaster Assessments. Restoring Care Delivery Infrastructure and Services. Ensuring Availability of the Required Medical Workforce. Research Needs. Health Care Sector Recovery Checklist. Behavioral Health in the Context of a Healthy Community. Disaster-Related Behavioral Health Challenges. Behavioral Health Sector Organization and Resources. National-Level Nongovernmental Resources.

Challenges to Coordination and Integrated Planning. Delivering Early Behavioral Health Interventions. Providing Ongoing Psychosocial Support. Identifying and Treating Behavioral Health Disorders. Special Considerations for Vulnerable Populations. Children and Youth. Responders, Care Providers, and Recovery Workers. Behavioral Health Sector Recovery Checklist. Social Services in the Context of a Healthy Community. Disaster-Related Social Services Challenges. Social Services Sector Organization and Resources.

State and Local Levels.

Aid and reconstruction challenges in post-disaster contexts: Japan and Haiti

Cross-Sector Collaboration. Meeting Basic Human Needs. Initiating Disaster Case Management. Intermediate- to Long-Term Recovery Priorities. Special Considerations for Children and the Elderly. Social Services Sector Recovery Checklist. A Systems View of a Healthy Community. The Impact of Place on Health. A Systems Approach for Health Improvement. State and Regional Levels.