Multi-Agency Resource Center – MARC: Planning Resource

Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC), can be an efficient way to deliver services to individuals and families affected by a disaster by bringing together multiple service providers in a single location and providing on-site assistance.

This resource is intended to support MARC planning and implementation in situations where communities have identified a MARC model as the appropriate mechanism for delivering services to its constituents affected by a disaster.

The resource is useful for any community organization or agency that may participate as a lead or partner agency in the planning and stand up of a MARC, but it can also serve as a useful reference for evaluation and continuous improvement purposes for communities with existing local MARC plans.

American Red Cross, Catholic Charities USA, and The Salvation Army, June, 2015

 

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