About PAC RED
PAC RED PAC RED MISSION To educate residents and stakeholders within their local communities on the importance of disaster awareness and preparedness by ensuring emergency planning, training and resources are available and accessible to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, religion or affluence. THE PAC RED WHOLE COMMUNITY APPROACH PAC RED is an initiative that was established in July, 2012 in Compton, California to promote community sustainability and resiliency during emergencies and disasters. This is accomplished through collaborations between Emergency Services Agencies, Local Government Agencies, Private Sector Organizations, Faith and Community Based Organizations, Media Organizations, Volunteer Groups, and local stakeholders. The “Whole Community” approach makes it possible for the collaborators collective resources to be efficiently and effectively utilized to ensure that their members, neighbors, and local communities are aware, prepared, and trained to be sustainable and self-reliant during disasters or other emergencies. “Whole Community Preparedness” leads to “Whole Community Resiliency” and a more rapid recovery period for everyone in the affected area. P.A.C. R.E.D. Volunteers are local citizens, businesses, organizations, and other community stakeholders who support and promote this Initiative by educating, training, and equipping their own families, neighbors, and community to be sustainable through the P.A.C. R.E.D. partner programs.
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