Resilient Communities are Connected Communities WorkshopRCACC + Disaster Simulation

What does resilience even mean? Where do I start? I want to connect with my community, but don't know how?

If you find yourself asking these questions, our Resilient Communities are Connected Communities Seminar is for you! During this seminar, we teach participants how to be prepared for everything, what resilience is and means, how to engage with your neighbors, and facilitate a plan toward the goal of grassroots action with the intent of creating a stronger, more self-sustainable, and connected community!  

Our training is usually two days, with the first day consisting of our classroom training. The second day, which is much shorter, consists of a miniature disaster simulation in which participants are given a scenario and learn to navigate their environment following a disaster. This includes problem solving, maneuvering between agencies, and learning how to access needed resources. 


Upcoming Seminars:  

Keep in mind that registration is always required. 2019 Workshops:

  • Friday, April 12th - Estes Valley Public Library - Register Here
  • Saturday, August 24th - Larimer County Fairgrounds ("The Ranch") - Registration to come 


Scouts Emergency Preparedness Trainings 

We have partnered with Fort Collins Office of Emergency Management to provide quarterly training to both local Boy and Girl Scouts who are looking to learn the knowledge needed to work on earning their Emergency Preparedness Badge/Patch. e are conducted at the Fort Collins Emergency Operations Center where students will have the opportunity to learn in an environment that's actually utilized for emergency operations during a large scale incident. 

Upcoming Classes: 

Keep in mind registration is required as space in the EOC is limited (number excludes Scout Leaders), and is first come first serve. 

  • Tuesday, April 2nd 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm - Register Here