Social Recovery Sub Committee

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This space is currently being used to consult within our Engagement Working Group.

To ensure all members of the Wingecarribee Social Recovery Sub Committee have an opportunity to contribute we can share this site after our brainstorming exercise.



For assistance please contact Charmaine Cooper, Community Engagement Coordinator 0409 618 404

This space is currently being used to consult within our Engagement Working Group.

To ensure all members of the Wingecarribee Social Recovery Sub Committee have an opportunity to contribute we can share this site after our brainstorming exercise.



For assistance please contact Charmaine Cooper, Community Engagement Coordinator 0409 618 404

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    When providing responses, please consider the following Social Environment Recovery Categories:

    Safety and Security

    Social order and strong governance provide the sense of safety that people require to reduce their anxiety about the future.

    Shelter, including accommodation in the short, medium and long-term

    Ensuring displaced households and individuals have appropriate shelter (accommodation) is a key to ensuring their safety and supporting the commencement of their recovery. Accommodation arrangements may range from short-term to long-term.

    Health, including medical, allied health and clinical services, public health (water, sanitation, hazardous materials, food security, mental health support and health promotion activities)

    Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity (World Health Organisation [WHO] 1948 in IFRC & International Federation Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support 2009).

    People affected by the disaster may require a wide range of health services, and people with pre-existing health needs may require additional support from service providers.

    Psychosocial support, including individual and community activities and services

    Providing individualised and community development programs to build community wellbeing. transport and education should also be given consideration in this context.

    Employment

    Providing support for those whose employment or livelihood has been impacted as a result of fire or the by the circumstances brought about as a consequence of the disaster. 

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