How Schools and Government Can Partner in Disaster Preparedness and Response

Mar 15, 2019

02:00

Breakout Room #2

ABOUT:

***This is a double session ***

In recent years Napa County has experienced earthquakes, wildfire, and high profile suicide and multiple fatality/community shootings. Come learn the operational details of how Napa County worked together with schools to meet community needs in the critical events during the 2017 wildfire.  Vicariously experience the crisis through an impactful presentation which will include wildfire images and 911 calls. Develop an understanding of a detailed set of responses provided in partnership with the schools, community-based providers. Learn how to use the incident command structure (ICS) to pull down mutual assistance. The presentation will include a model triage tool and instructions on how to interface with the national guard, behavioral health resources and other county personnel in order to support and heal a community.

  • Jim Diel

    Assistant Deputy Director

    Napa County Health & Human Services

    BIO

    Jim served a subject matter expert for ABAHO-PHP (Association of Bay Area Health Officials/Public Health Preparedness Subcommittee) in the selection of vendors for regional disaster response for the Medical Health Branch. He has participated in regional planning processes for Coastal Region 2 of California related to behavioral health needs in disaster response and has been

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