Church World Service is hosting: Recovery Tools & Training
posted over 5 years ago by Astoria Recovers Admin
All Members of the Rockaway and Broad Channel LTRC are encouraged to Attend
Why this training?
Recovery from a disaster event requires a whole-community approach. This workshop gives an overview of long term recovery and shares lessons learned and best practices gathered from decades of experience in large and small disasters.
Who should attend?
Anyone dedicated to helping rebuild homes and lives: long-term recovery leadership, faith based groups, religious leaders, community leaders, social service organizations, disaster case managers, and other persons concerned about recovery.
How much does it cost to attend?
There is no cost for the training, the lunch or materials. The training is a gift of Church World Service and the faith groups providing leadership. Lunch provided by Presbyterians, United Church of Christ, Lutheran Disaster Response, World Renew, and CWS.
All Trainings are from 9am-4pm
Dates and Locations
Monday, March 4th First Presbyterian, 89-60 164th Street - Queens, NY
Wednesday, March 6th Church of the Gateway 200 Boscombe Ave. (at Page Ave & Outer Bridge) - Staten Island, NY 10309
Thursday March 7th St. Mark's United Methodist 2017 Beverly Road - Brooklyn, NY
To register: (Persons can register for the session most convenient for them regardless of location.)
Include the following information: First & Last Name, Phone number, Email, Agency Name, and Date/Location of session you would like to attend. Please indicate any dietary restrictions.
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