Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Visionlink Supports Dorian Response

Visionlink systems are fully engaged with Hurricane Dorian response.  The National Shelter System is being used to help manage dozens of shelters in Florida--and states north, as Dorian continues along its predicted track.

NVOAD is deploying a new situational reporting module for some states from Visionlink, to better coordinate the activities of partner agencies.

The Red Cross has deployed Safe and Well, to help reconnect friends and family after the storm, and financial assistance and case management solutions from Visionlink as well.


If you would like to check on currently open shelters you can visit the public view of the Shelter System at the Red Cross: Map of Open Shelters.

Visionlink offers advanced, expertly-designed solutions including volunteer, gifts-in-kind, situational awareness, client intake, case management, and other modules for disaster response.  

Each can be deployed separately or as an integrated suite. 

Visionlink also provides the most advanced array of community services solutions to help communities organize and provide information about agencies and their services to individuals, families and through advanced data exchanges, to other partners working collaboratively. 

For the most advanced communities, Visionlink solutions can be deployed for both grey and blue skies (during and in between disasters) so that leading organizations can support day-to-day needs, and then with those same solutions, when disasters strike.  As we know, the most effective disaster relief solutions are those that are used every day.