SOUTHEAST & CARIBBEAN DISASTER RECOVERY PARTNERSHIP

The Southeast & Caribbean Disaster Recovery Partnership (SCDRP) strengthens the ability of the region's coastal communities, economies, and environment to recover from coastal storms. The Partnership connects disaster recovery practitioners from public, private, and non-profit backgrounds and provides a platform for training, resources, and relationships that coastal communities need to bounce back. 

 

Building regional capacity for recovery planning

SCDRP increases coordination and collaboration across sectors and geographies, engaging stakeholders through workshops and information-sharing events.

Building business resilience and advancing collaboration across public and private sectors

SCDRP is assessing the challenges businesses face in recovery planning and providing strategies to improve economic recovery.

Helping states, territories, and local organizations advance disaster recovery capacities

SCDRP has invested in state and local projects that advance disaster recovery planning, implementation, learning, and training. These projects support the implementation of the National Disaster Recovery Framework concepts at the local level.

SOME OF OUR PARTNERS

Atlantic Business Continuity Services

 

Coastal States Stewardship Foundation

FEMA

Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Management

Hagerty Consulting
 

Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety

 

Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management 

North Carolina State University

North Carolina Emergency Management

NOAA

The Nature Conservancy

 

South Carolina Emergency Management

 

South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium

 

SECOORA

 

Strategic BCP

CONTACT US

Background Photo: Daniel Pullen Photography

Funding for this project is provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA Award No. NA16NOS4730007) through the Coastal States Stewardship Foundation to the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA).