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Welcome to Resilient O.M.I.

The Resilient OMI (ROMI) Resilience Action Plan development process is designed to provide all essential community stakeholder organizations an opportunity to contribute to the creation of a unifying Resilience Action Plan for the neighborhoods along the Brotherhood Way Corridor. Each partner community will be able to craft a customized resident planning process that reflects their location and availability.

UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Psychological First Aid Training

This free training was held on April 4th and provided participants with the practical skills needed to increase personal resilience, improve coping, and manage stress. Psychological First Aid Training increases overall confidence and effectiveness in communicating with others as the community recovers during a disaster.

Many thanks to O.M.I. participants and to our trainer, Dr. Elizabeth McMahon, Ph.D., with over 30 years of experience as a practicing clinical psychologist. Dr. McMahon specializes in effective therapy for mental and emotional resilience and is the co-author of San Francisco’s groundbreaking NERT Curriculum.

About Us

Background

The Resilient OMI (ROMI) Resilience Action Plan development process is designed to provide all essential community stakeholder organizations an opportunity to contribute to the creation of a unifying Resilience Action Plan for the neighborhoods along the Brotherhood Way Corridor. Each partner community will be able to craft a customized resident planning process that reflects their location and availability.

Leadership

Coming Soon.

O.M.I. Hub

The HUB initiative supports neighborhoods as they create community-based networks of organizations that advance the overall preparedness of communities across San Francisco.
A national conversation has begun which points to the importance of creating strategies for local organizations and residents to assume lifesaving responsibilities in the event of a disaster. These activities include search and rescue, mass feeding, and supporting people sheltering in place.

O.M.I. Hub Boundary Map

Our Vision & Goals

Vision

The OMI community takes a leadership role in advancing it resilience by empowering all community members and organizations to identify and collectively achieve their resilience goals with an emphasis on equity, compassion and trust.

Goals

Individual
Every resident has the capacity to care for themselves, and their neighbors, during times of stress.
Organizational
The faith-based organizations, businesses, non-profits and community organizations of the OMI community have the capacity to support both the needs of their existing constituencies, and emerging audiences, during times of stress.
Community
The OMI community has the capacity to respond collectively to times of stress in a manner that reflects the goals and priorities of its residents and stakeholder organizations.

Our Plan

Download the Resilient OMI Resilient Action Plan by clicking the icon below.

Our Projects

Hub Member Development

HUB Members are a vital part of each community’s HUB development. Each member is a member of the community or a partner institution that has shown an interest in and dedication to advancing the resilience of the OMI community.

Our Events
Our Partners

Kristin Rosboro
IT Bookman Community Center

Patty Clement-Cihak
Catholic Charities: OMI Senior Center

Delia Fitzpatrick
Our Kids First

A. Williams

OMI Neighbors in Action

Aaron Yen
OMIE Beacon Center

Al Harris
OMI Neighbors in Action

Beth Rubenstein
District 11 Supervisor‘s Office

Beverly Popek
Jose Ortega Elementary School

Brenna Hull
Rebuilding Together SF

Claire Stone
San Francisco Recreation and Park

Denise Schmidt
Oceanview Library

Doris Barone

Department of Emergency Management

Edna James
OMI Community Action Organization

GL Hodge
SF Interfaith Council

H. Williams
OMI Neighbors in Action

Jackie Battle
Minnie & Lovie Ward Recreational Center

Lise Braden
Oceanview Library

Luis Licea
Ocean Avenue Business District

Mary Harris
OMI Neighbors in Action

Shawn Rosenmoss
Department of Environment

Susan Curry
San Francisco Recreation and Park

Theresa De Dios
Stonestown YMCA

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The Neighborhood Empowerment Network is a cohort of agencies with a single mission: Build truly resilient neighborhoods that can withstand stress of any kind at the individual, organizational and community levels.