The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Emergency Preparedness Unit analyzes public health vulnerabilities in areas such as disease, terrorism, weather events, and much more. The Central Maine Regional Resource Center is one of Maine’s three Regional Resource Centers, charged with developing comprehensive plans for coordinated healthcare response to public health emergencies within the region. We were hired to facilitate an HVA (“Hazard Vulnerability Analysis”) meeting among 40 regional stakeholders to discuss and score the relative risks of potential hazardous events and situations in Central Maine. We also prepared a Complete Report of the meeting which included discussion comments as well as the scoring data.
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How to Change the Culture of Congress
July 12th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
A couple weeks ago there was a hearing on Capitol Hill on How to Build a Move Civil and Collaborative Culture in Congress. I listened to it live and wrote to the staff afterwards, hoping to get involved. It was pretty inspiring. Chaired by Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA) and Vice Chair Representative William Timmons (R-SC), …read more
How Our Communities Responded to COVID
June 29th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
Great job Greater Portland, Maine! You might call it community fabric or community infrastructure. There’s a lot of talk about community resilience. I’m trying to talk about a community’s ability to weather a storm or adapt to new imperatives. I think that’s how communities last; by weathering and adapting. Humans are especially good at responding …read more