Resilience measures a community's ability to withstand local shocks and stressors.
A shock refers to a short-term, high impact event that disrupts normal functions in a community. An example of a shock could be a flood, wildfire, or large business closure.
A stressor refers to an ongoing problem in a community. Examples of stressors include poverty, poor education, and aging infrastructure.
The goal of MRCI is to work with all Montanans to identify actions that will make their communities more resilient. Your response to this survey will let us know what problems you are facing locally, and who is working to help you with these problems.
Submit survey responses by June 30, 2018. If you would like to complete the survey using an alternative format, such as large print, Braille, audio tape, please call 406-841-2770, TDD 406-841-2702 or the Relay Services number, 711. Thank you for taking a few minutes to share your input!