MoCOAD Board & Functions
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A Community Organization Active in Disaster (COAD) is an organization based within a community or geographic area composed of representatives from public, private and non-profit agencies. A COAD's mission is to enhance the community's ability to mitigate, prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters.
MoCOAD’s main functions are:
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a COAD?
A COAD, or Community Organizations Active in Disaster, is a group whose goal is to coordinate the emergency response and recovery efforts of community organizations in the event of a disaster.
Who is involved in the Monroe County COAD?
View the Board and Membership (coming soon) listings on the left to see the individuals and organizations who are involved in MoCOAD.
What areas does the Monroe County COAD serve?
The Monroe County COAD serves the Bloomington, Indiana metropolitan area as well as greater Monroe County.
Where can I learn more about U.S. Disaster Planning?
COADs are part of a national network of organizations united in a mission to build more prepared and resilient communities.
COAD for Monroe County is part of a statewide network coordinated by Indiana VOAD http://invoad.org
Indiana VOAD coordinates, in turn, with the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster organization. Learn more at http://nvoad.org
How can I learn more about MoCOAD?
View more about MoCOAD on our 'About' page or contact us at email@example.com or John Poehlman at firstname.lastname@example.org.