Tagged: Emergency response

Saving Your Family Treasures after Superstorm Sandy

Saving Your Family Treasures after Superstorm Sandy

While many cultural heritage institutions in Connecticut sustained little to no damage from Super-storm Sandy, many private individuals, particularly those along the shoreline, were not as fortunate. COSTEP-CT, a group based in Connecticut that...

Federal aid for Cultural Heritage after Hurricane Sandy

Federal aid for Cultural Heritage after Hurricane Sandy

Libraries, archives, museums, historical societies and other cultural heritage organizations in Fairfield, Middlesex, New Haven and New London counties may be able to receive federal disaster assistance to help pay recovery costs after Hurricane...

Who can Cultural Heritage Institutions Call for Help in a Disaster?

Who can Cultural Heritage Institutions Call for Help in a Disaster?

Connecticut Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Historical Societies that need advice can call any of the people on the list for advice in coping with a collections emergency. See the list.

Contract for emergency response for records and collections

Contract for emergency response for records and collections

Three companies specializing in recovery services for books and records affected by a disaster, such as a fire, flood, or mold outbreak, are now on contract with the State of Connecticut. State agencies, municipalities,...

State Contracts Related to Emergency Response

State Contracts Related to Emergency Response

Some state contracts are open to use by all state agencies, municipalities and non-profits. See the list of State Contracts Related to Emergency Response