Individual, Family & Community

  • Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
    Provides a step-by-step approach to disaster preparedness for individual, family, and community preparedness. Other topics covered include evacuation, emergency public shelters, animals in disaster, and information specific to people with disabilities. Available in Spanish
  • Disaster Information Management Research Center (National Library of Medicine)
    The information resources section of this site links to many topics including coping with disaster, carbon monoxide poisoning and mold. It also links to TOXNET which has 14 databases available on toxicology, toxic chemical releases, & environmental health. All MedlinePlus resources are also available in Spanish
  • Disaster Preparation and Recovery (MedlinePlus: National Library of Medicine)
    Links are provided to a variety of resources on topics including food and water safety, healthy shelter living, pets, financial issues and recovery. Available in Spanish
  • Disaster Services (American Red Cross)
    Information on a variety of topics including food and water in an emergency, sheltering-in-place and animal safety are provided on this site.
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
    General information about emergency preparedness is provided on the site. It also lists various types of disasters explaining what they are and what you should do to prepare.  Available in other languages including Spanish
  • Ready.gov (US Department of Homeland Security)
    Information provided on this site includes an emergency kit checklist and family emergency plan form. There are also sections for businesses and kids. Available in Spanish
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