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History of CRMP

Formed in August 2011, the California Residential Mitigation Program (CRMP) was established to provide grants and other types of assistance and incentives to homeowners of single-family residential buildings (one to four dwelling units) in California who wish to retrofit their houses to mitigate against earthquake damage. We want to help create a stronger and more resilient California. 

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CEA Story

History of CEA

 As a not-for-profit, publicly managed, privately funded organization, CEA’s goal is to help educate, mitigate, and insure Californians against earthquake damage and loss. CEA promotes residential seismic retrofits through grant programs and offers a premium discount to homeowners with verified retrofits on eligible houses.

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History of Cal OES

Cal OES is responsible for the coordination of overall state agency response to major disasters in support of local government. The office is responsible for assuring the state’s readiness to respond to and recover from all hazards—natural, manmade, war-caused emergencies and disasters—and for assisting local governments in their emergency preparedness, response, recovery and hazard mitigation efforts. 

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Cal OES is responsible for the coordination of overall state agency response to major disasters in support of local government. The office is responsible for assuring the state’s readiness to respond to and recover from all hazards—natural, manmade, war-caused emergencies and disasters—and for assisting local governments in their emergency preparedness, response, recovery and hazard mitigation efforts. 

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