3 Ways to Build Mental Health as a Community Resilience Strategy:
How you can show love every day by building resilient communities
Think about ways that you could give somebody just a little seed of support. That is a really special thing to do on Valentine’s Day, in addition to those cards and those boxes of chocolates. That’s the kind of way we can build resilience; we can build that connection, we can build that stronger social fabric, and we can create Inclusive Emergency Management.
5 Keys to Building Community Resilience:
Building Disaster-Resilient Communities - Search for the Tipping Point
Our communities – complex, multi-cultural, and ever-changing – are intricately intertwined by family relationships, community networks, opportunities for livelihood, and a deep-seated need for a safe environment that fosters growth and well-being.
Over recent years, the move throughout the United States and globally has been for public health to join emergency management and other key stakeholders, including the private sector, community and faith-based organizations, and key community members, to build disaster-resilient communities.
As we search for ways to build community, to build bridges of communication between our cultures, what better way to do so than to gather together to be inspired, by each other, and by that tiny voice inside oneself?
Building Community Support – The Pink Paddle:
The Hawaiian outrigger pink paddle: a thank you gift for community support
The Hawaiian outrigger pink paddle: a thank you gift for community support At first I didn’t want it the pink paddle.The pink-colored canoe paddle seemed so out of character for me. Then it hit me: my new gift represented hope. The shiny paddle, with its blade swirling in shades of pink and white, was a […]