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CITIZEN GUIDE TO DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
Tips and discussions on preparing for the unexpected.
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IT'S A DISASTER! helps families and businesses "be aware, be prepared, and have a plan" for most types of emergencies and disasters. It provides quick-reference instructional bullets in 2-color format and suggests tips on what people should think about and do before, during and after specific types of scenarios, as well as how to administer basic first aid.
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This main post will be updated often (esp. during an active storm) so please continue to check back and share below…Continue
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) when Americans are encouraged to take action and prepare for various types of emergencies and disasters that could affect people where they live, work, play and visit.…Continue
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After a disaster, many Americans face the challenge of reconstructing their financial records.Special…Continue
If you applied with FEMA for assistance after a disaster, their below graphic outlines what you can expect next.If you have questions about your application or the assistance process, you can meet in person with FEMA staff by visiting a…Continue