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National Commission on Children and Disasters: 2010 Report to the President and Congress

Public Health Emergency Preparedness

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Appendix H. Stakeholder Outreach

The National Commission on Children and Disasters requested information, reports, research findings, and policy recommendations from the following non-governmental organizations:

American Academy of Family Physicians
American Academy of Pediatricsa,b,d,c
American Association of School Administrators
American Association on Health and Disabilityc
American Bar Association Center on Children and the Lawa,b
American College of Emergency Physiciansa,b,c
American College of Nurse-Midwives
American Federation of Teachersb,c
American Institutes for Researchc
American Medical Association
American Nurses Associationa,c
American Public Health Association
American Red Crossa,b,c
America's Promise
Amnesty Internationalc
Annie E. Casey Foundationa
Association of Maternal and Child Health Programsb,c,d
Association of State and Territorial Health Officialsd
Association of the Schools of Public Health, Centers for Public Health Preparedness
Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses
Brethren Disaster Ministries, Children's Disaster Servicesa,c
Catholic Charities USAa
Center for Education Reform
Center for Health and Homeland Security, University of Marylandc
Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disastersc
Children and Family Futures
Children's Defense Fund
Childrens Hospital Los Angelesc
Children in Disasters Project, Rainbow Center for Global Child Healthc
Children's National Medical Centerc
Children's Research Centerc
Church World Service
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centerc
CityMatch
Coalition for Global School Safety
Congressional Research Servicec,d
Council of Juvenile Correctional Administratorsa
Council of State Governments
CYJ Enterprises, LLCc
Early Childhood and Family Learning Foundationa
Education Commission of the States
Emergency Management Assistance Compact Advisory Groupd
Episcopal Diocese of Louisianaa
Families of September 11th a
Feeding Americab
First Star
Food Research and Action Centerd,c
Habitat for Humanityb,c
Health Care Centers in Schoolsa
Health Sciences Center, Louisiana State Universityc
Home Safety Council
Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern Californiac
Institute of Women's Policy Research
International Association of Chiefs of Police
International Association of Emergency Managersa,b,c
International Association of Emergency Medical Services Chiefs
International Association of Fire Chiefsb
International City/County Management Association
KidSafety of Americac
LAUSD/RAND/UCLA Trauma Services Adaptation Center for Schools and Communitiesa
Louisiana Family Recovery Corpsa,b,c
Lutheran Social Services of Minnesotac
March of Dimes
Mississippi Coast Interfaith Disaster Task Force
National Alliance for Hispanic Healthc
National Assembly on School-Based Health Careb
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youtha,b
National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agenciesa,b
National Association of Children's Hospitals
National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutionsa,c
National Association of Countiesd
National Association of County & City Health Officialsa,b,d
National Association of Emergency Medical Techniciansb
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitionersa,b,c
National Association of School Nursesa,c
National Association of School Psychologistsc
National Association of State Boards of Education
National Association of State EMS Officialsd
National Center for Child Traumatic Stressa
National Center for Disaster Preparedness, Columbia Universitya
National Center for Homeless Educationc
National Center for Missing and Exploited Childrena,b,c
National Center for School Crisis and Bereavementb
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
National Coalition on Children and Disastersd
National Conference of State Legislaturesd
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judgesa,c
National Education Associationb
National Emergency Management Associationa,b,d
National Emergency Medical Services Association
National Governor's Associationd
National Homeland Security Consortiumd
National League of Citiesbd
National School Boards Associationa,b,c
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disastera
Nemours, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Childrenc
Philips Healthcarec
Planning and Learning Technologies, Inc.c
Poverty & Race Research Action Council
Project K.I.D., Incb
Ready Communities Partnership
Ready Moms Allianceb
Rebuilding Together
Salvation Army
Save the Childrenad,c
Society for Research in Child Developmentd
Southern Baptist Disaster Ministriesa,c
Stafford Act Consultantsc
The Arc and United Cerebral Palsy Disability Policy Collaborationc
The Children's Health Funda,c
Total Community Action, Inc.c
Trust for America's Healthb,c
United States Breastfeeding Committeed
University of Southern Californiac
U.S. Conference of Mayors
White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhoodb,c
Youth Law Centera
ZERO TO THREEc


aProvided representation to one of the Commission's four subcommittees.
b Provided a formal response to the Commission's April 1, 2009, outreach letter.
cRegistered for the Commission's February 2010 Long-Term Disaster Recovery Workshop.
dHeld an in-person meeting with the Commission.


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