Welcome to the Louisiana Hurricane Response Hub (LA-HRH).

The LA-HRH aims to identify disaster-related morbidity and mortality surveillance, environmental, and occupational health
recovery needs and address those needs by providing technical assistance, resources, and workforce training.

LPHI serves as one of five regional technical assistance centers for the Hurricane Response Hub (HRH) initiative led by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI). Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this national program is designed to enhance disaster-related surveillance and environmental and occupational health recovery efforts. Using national resources, LPHI coordinates local, state and regional partners to strengthen public health workforce capacity building activities in disaster-related surveillance, and more effectively address environmental and occupational health needs in the event of a disaster . 

Register for the LA-HRH monthly e-blast and get updates on trainings and resource delivered directly to your inbox. 

How can you or your organization engage with the LA-HRH?

Technical Assistance

The HRH provides customized technical assistance to individuals, organizations, and agencies to enhance disaster-related morbidity and mortality surveillance, environmental health, and occupational health recovery initiatives.

About Us

Information on the specific program activities and key partners.

Contact Us

Reach out with questions or comments.
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Training

Free, online courses are available through Tulane’s Learning Management System (LMS). Training topic areas center on competency-based, practice-focused courses addressing core functions and essential services.

Community

Emergency preparedness resources for community members and their families.

Resources

Additional resources from local, state, and federal partners.