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Unformatted text preview: who has priority in receiving assistance. Any alternative may change or affect other programs. It is difficult to determine future cost and benefits to make rational decisions because natural disasters are not predictable. Another relevant cost arises in the form of health and safety services for those who were directly affected by the disaster. . A non-relevant cost would be the facility they used to provide counseling regardless of the decision alternatives concerning program funding. A decisions will have to be made on the amount of money needed to provide these services and once the money is expended, what program need to be cut to continue this care....
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