Cabarrus Community Coalition for Recovery & Resiliency

An initiative co-led by Cabarrus Health Alliance and Healthy Cabarrus to move our community forward so that we are stronger together. 

As we turn the page on the pandemic to a new phase, we hope this coalition will help us to better understand what our community needs as we work together to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.  Our primary goals are to identify and monitor recovery needs, support recovery operations for the community, and acknowledge constructive feedback to improve the public health response in any future incidents.  We hope to cultivate solutions that will propel our community forward by building a strong coalition of community members from diverse professional, economic, education, and demographic backgrounds. 

Member Responsibilities

  • Actively participate in 1 to 1.5 hour monthly meetings (May to December 2022) 
  • Cultivate ideas and share solutions 
  • Professionalism
  • Commitment to moving Cabarrus County forward from pandemic response to recovery and resiliency

Meeting Schedule




Thursday May 12, 2022
300 Mooresville Rd. Kannapolis, NC
Thursday June 9, 2022
300 Mooresville Rd. Kannapolis, NC
*Future meeting dates will be decided by coalition members.

Membership Sector Representation

General Community Members
Private Business (small, medium, large)
Non-Profit Leaders
Elected Officials
Mental Health Care
School Officials
Municipal Leader 
Board of Health Member
Person with disabilities
Functional Needs Advocate
Senior Center or Senior Services
Social Services
Childcare Providers
Private and Public Health Care Organizations
Housing and Shelter Organizations
Volunteer Organizations
Faith Leader

Draft Cabarrus Recovery and Resiliency Coalition Goals

Goals will be reviewed, edited and finalized by coalition members.

  1. Provide feedback and input on how COVID has impacted Cabarrus County 
  2. Strategize on recommendations for moving forward to recover 
  3. Strategize on recommendations for supporting resiliency efforts (for youth, for teachers, for healthcare workers, for all community members) 
  4. Provide feedback and input to local leaders on how to support the community moving forward 
  5. Provide suggestions on the use of additional funding resources that may come to the local community