• Case Manager Orientation Class

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    Name: Case Manager Orientation Class
    Date: January 15, 2021
    Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CST
    Event Description:
    Case workers/managers, review survivors cases to determine needs.

    These needs are then brought before the long term recovery committee for assessment and so resources can be committed.

    Resource request post (money) is below.

    Case Manager Orientation class
    Saturday, January 23, 2021
    10:00 am- 11 :30 am
    Santa Rosa County EOC
    4499 Pine Forest Rd
    Milton, FL 32583
    Email registration with name and zip code to
    By Jan 21, 2021.

    SAFER Santa Rosa is currently working on Long Term Recovery from Hurricane Sally.

    The challenges we face are the same ones we have seen before.


    • Following the 2014 floods we proposed a system to generate funds by simply asking for local organizations to commit a monthly amount for the SAFER Disaster relief fund.
    • We know that if 2,000 organizations contribute $10 a month we would have $20,000 in a month and $240,000. in a year.
    • If this had happened after the 2014 flood we would have $1,440,000. available to help immediately with our recovery needs today in Santa Rosa County instead of waiting and hoping strangers from other places with their own rules will come and save us.
    • We really want and need to change that situation.
    Support Alliance For Emergency Readiness (SAFER) is the successor of the Santa Rosa Long Term Recovery Organization which developed after Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis.

    During periods when there are no disasters, SAFER attempts to meet the needs of the less fortunate in the community.

    • Our vison is to create the most resilient community possible to safeguard our way of life.
    • SAFER is a humanitarian association of independent organizations active in all phases of disaster.
    • We are a network of NGO organizations active in disaster where each member organization maintains their own identity and independence while closely collaborating with other SAFER member organizations.
    • In the past year, SAFER has assisted disabled elderly residents with new handicap ramps for their homes, and provided case management, in-kind, and monetary resources for the families displaced from their homes due to the five-mile swamp forest fires.
    • We are currently developing case management training for volunteers to assist with the long-term recovery efforts from Hurricane Sally.
    Every week we are approached to help someone in our community, but without your support we cannot often assist.

    So PLEASE make the requested commitment to donate $10 or more each month to help keep Santa Rosa County a thriving and resilient community that we can all depend upon in times of need.

    You and your organization can be proud to be a part of SAFER Santa Rosa.

    Talk to your board, your employer, your employees, your church, your club, your family, and start supporting SAFER Santa Rosa today!

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