November 6, 2013 | Uncategorized
Revisiting Sandy: A Look Back
A year ago, the tri-state area was still reeling from the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy. Over the next weeks and months, the recovery process was a study in resiliency, collaboration, and cooperation. Everyone lent a helping hand to those in need, even if they themselves were victims of the storm.
Some of those most severely affected by the storm were also those responsible for repairing its damage. First responders. Utility and service providers. Healthcare employees. Transit workers. These intrepid individuals put their own problems on hold to return to their stations to ensure that our city got back online as soon as possible. But who helped them?
CCA, among others.
Less than 24 hours after the storm passed, CCA clinical staff were on site to support our clients’ employees throughout Long Island, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Manhattan. Over the next three weeks, CCA counselors went on-site more than 80 times in devastated areas, offering counseling services in makeshift tents, company buses, and cars because there were no buildings left intact.
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Hurricane Sandy was a crisis of magnitude. At CCA, we treat every catastrophic incident that affects our clients’ employees with the same immediacy, commitment, and comprehensive support.
CCA can help your organization and your workforce recover from crisis and regain productivity more quickly. Your EAP & Work/Life Assistance Program offers on-site crisis response and management consultations, but did you know we also offer:
- Crisis services: Protect and stabilize your workforce with comprehensive crisis planning, support, and response
- Learning & Development programs: Improve workforce resiliency
- Executive Coaching and Organizational Development Consulting: Prepare leadership to respond more effectively in the face of disaster
For more information
For more information on how CCA can prepare and support your workforce and leadership to perform better under pressure, visit ccainc.com, call us at 212.686.6827, or send an email to Georgia Critsimilios at firstname.lastname@example.org.