Who Are We?
Springfield Community Together LTRG (SCT-LTRG) is made up of designated representatives from 15 professional, faith-based and community organizations partnering to provide for the unmet needs of residents who live in Springfield, directly affected by the June 1, 2011 tornado. The organizations include but not limited to:
To ethically support disaster survivors in the city of Springfield through meeting unmet needs, while creating a sustainable model for long term recovery.
Springfield Community Together will serve the disaster-related unmet needs of Springfield residents within reasonable limitation of our available resources.
What is Long Term Recovery?
Long term disaster recovery is the time when individuals, families and organizations work together to restore and revitalize the community after the effects of a disaster.
Long Term Recovery is:
What are Unmeet Needs?
Issues that individuals and families continue to have due to the June 1 Tornado such as:
What can tornado surivors expect from Springfield Community Together?
Confidential and thorough assessment of individual and family needs, information, referrals, and financial and other forms of assistance, within the scope of our available resources.
What can donors, contributors and volunteers expect from SCT-LTRG?
SCT-LTRG offers transparency and respect to donors, contributors, and volunteers who extend their resources to us.