Crisis Track Supports a Collaborative Damage Assessment Process Following a Colorado Wildfire
Communities in the western United States are increasingly vulnerable to the potentially disastrous effects of wildfires. The ability of a local authority’s emergency management team to conduct damage assessments in response to such incidents is critical to the health and stability of the community itself.
In its 2022 response to the Marshall Fire—the most destructive wildfire in the history of Colorado—Boulder County used Juvare’s Crisis Track to streamline the frequently complicated damage assessment process and deliver tangible results to its community in the form of $69 million in FEMA disaster assistance.
Juvare is a world-wide leader in developing emergency preparedness and response solutions. Juvare has supported thousands of emergency response incidents worldwide and connects more than 95% of the U.S. population through its emergency preparedness and response technologies.
Whether it is preparation, response, or recovery, Juvare solutions empower all stakeholders to work more efficiently and effectively to protect people, property and brands. Juvare solutions support planning, logistics, maintenance and diagnostics, training, and management, as well as coordination of tactical activities on site during and after a critical incident.
Juvare has supported over 500,000 emergency response incidents to date and continues to support thousands of planned and unplanned critical incidents every year.