Number of individuals that received CNCS-supported services in disaster mitigation.
Goal 1: Disaster Services: Assistance Provided
Definition of Key Terms
CNCS-supported services: Could be a variety of different kinds of supports to help the individuals have a higher quality of life, but cannot only be referrals to federal services without supplementary assistance. The assistance may be delivered by phone, e-mail, or in person. It may be delivered individually or as a group.
Mitigation: Activities providing a critical foundation in the effort to reduce the loss of life and property from natural and/or manmade disasters by avoiding or lessening the impact of a disaster and providing value to the public by creating safer communities. Mitigation seeks to fix the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. These activities or actions, in most cases, will have a long-term sustained effect.
How to Calculate/ Measure/ Collect Data
Unduplicated count of individuals that received CNCS-supported services in disaster mitigation.
The data should be collected using a tracking mechanism appropriate for the type of service, such as: CNCS-supported agency's call center records, referral logs, sign-in sheet, client tracking database, or other information management system.