This past September, Hurricane Ian caused catastrophic damage and, while estimates are still undetermined, repairs are expected to cost tens of billions of dollars. During the worst of the storm, it was reported that approximately 2.7 million Floridians lost power. Businesses and families were evacuated, displaced with unknown timelines on return, and wondering what state their livelihood would be in. Millions experienced emotional, physical, and financial stress. The road to recovery begins with a coordinated response to eliminate hazards, provide critical resources, and restore conditions.