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The Whole Community concept means that residents, emergency management practitioners, organization and community leaders, and government officials: A. Work together to assess the needs of their
respective communities and determine the best ways to organize and strengthen their assets, capacities, and interests. B. Rely on the expertise and resources of the Federal Government to rebuild their communities in a safer, stronger way following a disaster. C. Prioritize which members of the community will receive assistance if response and recovery resources are limited. D. Become self-reliant in responding to disaster so that they will not need to request assistance through mutual aid or other means.
The Whole Community concept means that residents, emergency management practitioners, organization and community leaders, and government officials: A. [ Work together to assess the needs of their respective communities and determine the best ways to organize and strengthen their assets, capacities, and interests. ] ]
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