Welcome to the Coyote Crisis Collaborative Website
The Collaborative works principally through existing coalitions and associations, obtaining information on community and industry gaps impacting community resiliency. Gaps are brought to the attention of the board for prioritization and approval. Once solutions are created, they are offered to stakeholders and communities:
Charter for the Coyote Crisis Collaborative
Coyote Crisis Collaborative is a multi-disciplinary preparedness network supporting robust healthcare and other community sector emergency management programs. The mission of the Coyote Crisis Collaborative is to:
- Assess and address critical gaps identified by stakeholders as obstacles to community resilience;
- Host and generate opportunities for community and regional alliances and networking among organization representatives responsible for disaster planning;
- Facilitate and support disaster training and exercises;
- Publish guidance documents and other materials that advance the goals to continuous improvement in community disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, recovery and resilience.
The Collaborative was introduced in 2004, but did not achieve nonprofit status until 2011. The organization is sponsored primarily by the Arizona Department of Health Services’ Bureau of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and works closely with this agency on projects and priorities. The Collaborative is a multi-disciplinary preparedness network supporting robust healthcare and other community sector emergency management programs through gap identification and solution achievement. Members collaborate, learn from, and challenge one another in developing preparedness capabilities linked to assessment, planning, communications/situational awareness, training, and exercises. The mission is to provide tools, training, resources, and information to facilitate continuous improvement in community disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery.
For information, contact Deb Roepke, Executive Director of the Coyote Crisis Collaborative, at 480.861.5722 or email@example.com