South Los Angeles. CRSSLA Meeting Wednesday, August 12, 2020 9:30 - 10:30 AM PT
CRSSLA GENERAL MEETING
BIWEEKLY WEDNESDAYS, 9:30-10:30AM
NEXT ZOOM MEETING: AUG 12
Join us as we continue developing our strategies for
deployment of resources to respond and assist where needed in South
LA. We are in the process of identifying sites for emergency
operations, medical triage, PPE distribution and more. The first
boxes of supplies are already going out (see pic below).
We are in the process of identifying a project
manager to help direct CRSSLA efforts. Also, 70 jobs are available
to work at home and in the field to increase our community's Census
count. Your feedback and referrals appreciated on all!
Our first case management training last week was a
great success. More than 30 agency and school reps attended to
learn more about connecting with their families to engage students
in their at-home learning. One school district rep suggested a
monthly case management meeting beyond the four trainings. We will
discuss this and other options for moving forward providing
educational support services for students in the South LA area.
Thank you to Drs. Angela Parker and Nathan Sessons
for a very informative and interesting first session. See next one
FREE CASE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
FOR AGENCIES AND SCHOOLS
Our case management training is for agencies and
schools to help prepare their staff and volunteers to make family
care calls to homes to help engage in their students in at-home
will also provide tracking, evaluation and referrals, as needed.
All meetings will be held on Zoom. RSVP for logins.
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The Coronavirus Community Response System of South
Los Angeles (CRSSLA) is a collaborative effort of key
community-based organizations, churches, educational institutions
and other stakeholders in South Los Angeles. We provide
collaborative aid and crisis management for our community.
Our goal is to identify resources for emergency
operations centers, medical triage, distribution centers, and
command centers that coordinate with various government agencies
responsible for deploying information and resources in our area in
case of a pandemic or other crises.
Additionally, CRSSLA is developing an immediate
deployment strategy to respond and assist where needed.
The Black Emergency Managers Association International
BLACK FIRE BRIGADE
African Public Health Coalition
Upward African Women
Mission is to increase the diversity of corporate America by increasing the diversity of business school faculty. We attract African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans to business Ph.D. programs, and provide a network of peer support on their journey to becoming professors.