Supporting Community Safety Priorities through Preparedness and Prevention
In the Community Resilience Initiatives (CRI) program, we guide and support communities in building and expanding resilience to challenges that threaten to undermine their safety priorities. CHHS-CRI understands the unique nature of violence that is influenced or encouraged by any type of ideology. We also recognize the pitfalls that can accompany securitized approaches to prevention of this societal threat. In response to growing need, CHHS-CRI has developed a customizable prevention framework known as C.O.R.E. (Communities Organized for Resilience and Empowerment).
The CORE framework is designed to be an efficient and highly-functional expansion of infrastructure capabilities. CORE merges evidence-informed research with emergency preparedness and collective impact methodologies to assist localities in implementing sustainable community-based and community-led education and intervention strategies and modalities. It is ideologically-agnostic and absolutely apolitical.
For more information, please contact:
Community Resilience Program Director
(301) 738-6084 | firstname.lastname@example.org