The MFR program supports customers affected by an all-hazards incident through a combination of information, referral, and direct service assistance.
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The MFR program ensure customers have access to continuous, authoritative, and factual family assistance information using a variety of formats throughout the EFA response.
During disasters, communication and access to accurate information are critical to providing an effective response.
The MFR program provides access to relevant service providers, either on-site or over the phone, as appropriate including:
Child care is important for staff, including volunteers, families affected by an all-hazards incident, and the children themselves. It allows staff to devote their time to aiding in relief efforts, gives affected families the ability to focus on their family’s recovery needs, and contributes to the child’s sense of normalcy.
The MFR program provides access to information on:
Upon conclusion of the EFA response, the MFR program shifts its focus to meeting the long-term needs of customers affected by the all-hazards incident through its established services and facilities.