This policy brief from the California Tribal Epidemiology Center at the California Rural Indian Health Board is intended for policymakers, tribal advisors and elected officials, multi-level offices of emergency services or homeland security, state departments of public health, and for the various emergency management and government associations, administrators, and related Native American agencies and their forums. The impetus for writing the brief is the undeniable reality that natural disasters do not recognize political boundaries; hence, in order to be prepared to recover from a disaster, it is extremely important to coordinate emergency response efforts and to work well across jurisdictions.
It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.
- Tribal Issues: This report addresses the barriers to partnerships between Tribes and non-tribal government entities.
This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.
- Communications / Phase Two: This report discusses the importance of coordinating emergency response efforts and working well across jurisdictions
- Communications and Change Management / Phase Three: This report discusses the importance of coordinatingemergency response efforts and working well across jurisdictions