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RI LTC-MAP > Plan Info
As of November 13, 2023, Facility Planning Data on the LTC-MAP website will begin to be merged over to the new LTC-MAP website at

As data is merged, Facility Users will be unable to edit data on this website, We will provide continued messaging to all LTC-MAP members as this transition progresses.
Welcome to the Rhode Island Long Term Care Mutual Aid Plan
Facility Information Website
Rhode Island Long Term Care Mutual Aid Plan (LTC-MAP) Contacts:
RIDOH Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response (CEPR) 24/7 On-Call System: 
For Plan Activations: (401) 222-6911

Administrative & Operational Contact: 
For Usernames, passwords and requesting membership call Jensen Hughes, 
860-793-8600 or by email at

Long Term Care Mutual Aid Plan (LTC-MAP) for Evacuation and Resource / Asset Support
This plan establishes a course of action and an agreed commitment among participating nursing homes and assisted living residences to assist each other as needed in the time of a disaster.

Assistance may come in the form of:
  • Providing pre-designated evacuation locations for residents during a disaster; and/or
  • Providing or sharing supplies, equipment, transportation, staff or pharmaceuticals with a facility when a disaster overwhelms their own community or exceeds the capability of internal emergency operations plans.
Why is this initiative underway?
It has been identified in local, regional and national disasters that each community must have a proactive disaster plan - all disasters start locally. To supplement the State of Rhode Island Emergency Support Function 8 (ESF 8 - Health & Medical) operations, this unique plan will work to prepare all of the healthcare facilities to stand together in a disaster with pre-event planning for resources and assets.

Benefits to the participating facilities and their local responders include:
  • Pre-event Planning for Evacuation Strategy - fast evacuation (e.g., fire/gas leak) with the potential need for the use of Stop Over Points; and delayed evacuation (e.g., hurricane/loss of emergency power)
  • Web-based management system and emergency reporting system for real-time updates on bed capacity, operational status and resources/assets
  • Pre-event staffing, supplies, equipment and pharmaceutical support when a facility is isolated or receiving an influx of residents from another evacuating healthcare facility
  • Easy on-site and on-line access to user-friendly plans for local public safety incident commanders, including contact information for evacuation resources and key personnel
  • Resources for local EMS commanders to efficiently identify, transfer and track residents to pre-designated receiving facilities
  • Proactive communications for ALL parties to stand up as one group - core activation and stand-down algorithm for all long-term care facilities and a RIDOH LTC Group to support regional coordination (staffed by RIDOH and supported by long-term care facility responders)
  • Plans meet the RIDOH and Joint Commission disaster drill/exercise requirements and allow for community participation in disaster preparedness
  • Situation Reports on the LTC-MAP group to partners throughout the Northern and Southern LTC-MAP regions, RIDOH, and for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Region 1.


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