Disaster Human Services
Disaster does not discriminate. It can strike anywhere and at any time impacting the vulnerable and “invincible” alike. The sudden onset, intensity and duration of a disaster warrants human response and intervention. Recovery, whether short-term or long-term involves specialized human services to help restore life and dignity.
CDDS recognizes the dramatic impact disaster and displacement can have and subsequently work diligently and efficiently to help people who needed most after a disaster. In addition, we recognize that this goal requires collaboration with other agencies, governments, businesses and NGOs whom we welcome as partners for the good and healing of the community.
Our human service includes responding to the needs of those who are disabled and living in institutional settings, elderly, members of the community who are from other cultures and others who are disadvantage due to the lack of transportation and other critical resources.