DEPLOYMENTS

Florida – Hurricane Sally 2020

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Providing technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Providing technical assistance to LTRG for the creation and set-up of a Disaster Case Management Program

Louisiana – Hurricanes Laura & Delta 2020

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Awarded a $50,000 grant for technical assistance and unmet needs assistance to LTRGs and survivors
  • Providing technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Providing Unmet Needs Assistance to Hurricane Laura survivors

Past Deployments

Florida – Hurricane Micahel 2019

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • HHDR was the first VOAD granted access to enter Mexico Beach after the storm to assist with the setup and operation of a Point of Distribution (POD)
  • Relieved the Army National Guard and took over operations of the POD
  • Mobilized donations of critical household, baby, pet, and food items for distribution at a drive-thru location just outside of Mexico Beach
  • Recruited and managed 100 volunteers to work the POD and complete damage assessments in Mexico Beach 
  • Provided technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Provided Unmet Needs assistance to survivors 
  • Operated a volunteer-run call center in partnership with Crisis Cleanup to complete 800 callbacks to survivors requesting assistance.

Hawaii – Kīlauea Volcano Eruption 2018

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Provided consultations LTRGs for the rebuild program

Florida – Hurricane Irma 2017

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Operated our  Mold Remediation program across the 49 declared counties where we completed 143 projects of the 315 referrals received
  • Received a $10,000 grant for mold remediation from Community Foundation of the Florida Keys
  • Received $150,000 in grant funds from the Florida Disaster Fund for mold remediation services across the state
  • Managed 3 AmeriCorps NCCC teams. Two in the Florida Keys and one in Jacksonville 
  • Provided training and technical assistance  to LTRGs, DCM Agencies

Florida – Hurricane Matthew 2016

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Provided technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Provided consultations and training to LTRGs for Mold Remediation and Disaster Case Management

South Carolina – Hurricane Matthew 2016

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Provided technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Operated a staff-run call center in partnership with Crisis Cleanup to complete 500 callbacks to survivors requesting assistance.
  • Assisted clients in applying for services when they sustained damages from Matthew in addition to damages from the October 2015 Floods

West Virginia – Historic Floods 2016

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Provided consultations and training to LTRGs for Mold Remediation

South Carolina – Historic Flood October 2015

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Raised $5,000,000 for provision of the Disaster Case Management Program, Mold Remediation, and Unmet Needs Assistance to survivors
  • Provided technical assistance to local groups with the formation of their LTRGs
  • Provided consultations and training to LTRGs for Mold Remediation
  • Operated our  Mold Remediation program across the 24 declared counties
  • Provided Disaster Case Management Program services to 5,791 survivor households
  • Engaged approximately 100 Mold Remediation Volunteers

Please click the link for our complete after-action report on our South Carolina deployment and Disaster Case Management Program. 

Colorado – Flooding & Tornados 2015

  • HHDR was requested to deploy for LTR Operations
  • Provided training to LTRGs in Boulder and Estes Park for Mold Remediation

New Jersey- Superstorm Sandy 2012

Superstorm Sandy caused $70.2 billion worth of damage, left 8.5 million people without power, destroyed 650,000 homes, and was responsible for the deaths of at least 72 Americans. Our recovery efforts for Storm Sandy lasted five years and resulted in the successful completion of mold remediation, repairs, and/or disaster case management to approximately 300 houses.

Please contact us for a copy of the complete after-action report for Superstorm Sandy operations.