With funding and support from the 2005-2010 § 309 Assessment and Strategy, the New Jersey Coastal Management Program (NJCMP) developed the Coastal Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping Protocol (CCVAMP) to assist land use planners, hazard mitigation planners, emergency managers, and other local decision-makers in the identification of their community’s vulnerability to coastal hazards. The CCVAMP includes a Community Vulnerability Index analysis and an online Getting to Resilience tool that identifies mitigation opportunities and provides information on where these recommendations overlap with CRS credits. NJCMP also provides coastal communities with planning and technical support for long-range hazards planning through the New Jersey Resilient Coastal Communities Initiative.