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Resiliency and Recovery


"Resilient and sustainable recovery encompasses more than restoring physical structures to pre-disaster conditions. Through effective coordination of partners and resources, we can ensure the continuity of services and support to meet the needs of affected community members who have experienced the hardships of financial, emotional, and physical impacts of devastating disasters." - National Disaster Recovery Framework  

"The ability of communities to rebound, positively adapt to, or thrive amidst changing conditions or challenges—including human-caused and natural disasters—and to maintain quality of life, healthy growth, durable systems, economic vitality, and conservation of resources for present and future generations." Colorado Resiliency Office  
Illustration of the six resiliency planning sectors as an integrated framework which includes; Community, Economic, Health & Social, Housing, Infrastructure, and Watersheds & Natural Resources.