These state organizations offer a variety of resources, tools and training opportunities that may be useful for hospital emergency preparedness coordinators. To submit resources for inclusion on this page, please email CHA.HEP@CHA.com.
- American Red Cross (state website)
The American Red Cross, with its five chapters across Colorado, is not a government agency; it relies on the donations of time, money and resources from individuals in the local community, corporate partners and like-minded foundations to do its work.
- Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (OEPR)
CDPHE is the lead state agency responsible for coordinating the public health and medical response activities as well as supporting mass fatality response for all-hazard emergency or disaster events.
- Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership (CEPP)
The CEPP is a broad coalition to implement a voluntary, all-hazards partnership between business and government and, to date, is the product of many Colorado partners including leaders of the philanthropic community, federal, state and local agencies, business, academia, and US Northern Command.
- Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation
The Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation (CVMF) assists the state in being prepared to deal with animals during emergencies or disasters.
- Denver - Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)
This website houses the Homeland Security Training - Class Registration System. This system allows various state agencies to view homeland security classes and sign-up user for those classes.
- Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) CO-3 Colorado
DMATs are designed to be a rapid-response element to supplement local medical care until other Federal or contract resources can be mobilized, or the situation is resolved.