Office of Resilience

The South Carolina Office of Resilience exists to increase resilience to disasters and reduce or eliminate the long-term risk of loss of life, injury, damage to and loss of property, and suffering and hardship, by lessening the impact of future disasters.

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    Plan de accion CDBG-MIT de Carolina del Sur
    (2019-12-09) South Carolina Office of Resilience, Disaster Recovery Division
    Spanish Language. As required by HUD, South Carolina submits this Action Plan to establish how the State will allocate its funds through its mitigation programs. This includes the proposed use of funds, criteria for eligibility, and how funds will address long-term mitigation throughout the state. The Mitigation Needs Assessment, which evaluates the risk profiles of the South Carolina and HUD-defined Most Impacted and Distressed areas, the critical lifelines potentially at risk in those areas, and the social vulnerability of the target area, forms the basis for the decisions outlined in the Method of Distribution. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many state and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the greatest mitigation needs that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.
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    South Carolina CDBG-MIT action plan
    (2019-12-09) South Carolina Office of Resilience, Disaster Recovery Division
    As required by HUD, South Carolina submits this Action Plan to establish how the State will allocate its funds through its mitigation programs. This includes the proposed use of funds, criteria for eligibility, and how funds will address long-term mitigation throughout the state. The Mitigation Needs Assessment, which evaluates the risk profiles of the South Carolina and HUD-defined Most Impacted and Distressed areas, the critical lifelines potentially at risk in those areas, and the social vulnerability of the target area, forms the basis for the decisions outlined in the Method of Distribution. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many state and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the greatest mitigation needs that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.
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    CDBG-MIT subrecipient grant manual
    (2020) South Carolina Office of Resilience, Disaster Recovery Division
    This Manual is intended to provide guidance and training for Subrecipients approved as Subrecipients of a CDBG-MIT grant allocation. The Manual outlines the policies and procedures to ensure effective implementation of a CDBG-MIT program within the requirements for timely expenditure of funds. Each chapter describes the tasks to accomplish CDBG-MIT activities. Throughout each chapter of the Manual, supporting materials (forms, documents, letters, checklists) may be referenced or provided to assist with implementation.