Missouri Disaster Recovery Framework
This Missouri Disaster Recovery Framework a guide designed to ensure better recovery planning, effective communication and coordination, and strategic collaboration at all levels of government and with whole community partners. This framework defines how communities, stakeholders, partners, and all levels of government can best work together before, during, and after a disaster or other event to meet the long-term recovery needs of Missouri’s impacted residents, businesses, and communities.
Based on the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF), the Missouri Disaster Recovery Framework (MDRF) incorporates proven recovery principles, aligns with the national coordination structure to better address gaps and needs, avoid duplication of efforts, and leverage resources during long-term recovery. The coordination structure identifies leadership positions, defines roles and responsibilities, and encompasses all functions of a community.
The Missouri Disaster Recovery Framework (MDRF) is the result of a collaborative effort across state agencies to enhance the long-term recovery capabilities of the State of Missouri and its partners, communities, and citizens. The MDRF fosters a comprehensive and collaborative approach to recovery and resiliency statewide. Resilient communities are better able to withstand and rebound from natural disasters or adverse events, capitalize on post-disaster opportunities, and mitigate against future damages.
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