This virtual blended course reviews how communities can plan for housing recovery after a disaster. Content includes lessons learned from recent disasters and an overview of available resources and tools for disaster planning. This half-day planning workshop consists of planning tools and resources for the community to conduct disaster housing planning and damage assessments. The curriculum includes opportunities to develop stronger partnerships between the public and private sectors, provides checklist-based resources for use in a pre- and post-disaster environment, and best practices for enhancing community mitigation and disaster resilience. The course is driven by a scenario based curriculum designed to apply knowledge, skills, and abilities on housing recovery, with a focus on the whole community approach to emergency management. This course has both an independent study portion and a live virtual session.