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Top 7 Emergency Disaster Planning Resources on the Web

Top 7 Emergency Disaster Planning Resources on the Web


1. Ready.gov

Ready.gov is a campaign of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that has a goal of educating, empowering and preparing Americans for many types of disasters. The site can help you make a plan, stay informed and prepare for emergencies. There are sections for kids, businesses and families.

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2. Department of Education

  • Crisis planning guide
  • Pandemic Preparation
  • School safety

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3. Red Cross

The Red Cross is the nation’s premier emergency response organization. They offer assistance to other countries as well as supporting local needs. They have the ability to mobilize and respond to incidents through the support of their employees and their thousands of volunteers. This site has information about planning, donating blood, becoming a volunteer and finding a chapter in your community.

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4. U.S. Department of Homeland Security

The mission of DHS is to secure the nation from threats. Jobs range from aviation, border security, cyber security, emergency response and chemical inspectors. This site can keep you informed about what DHS is currently doing to help keep America safe.

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5. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

This site has the latest information on health related topics for professionals and citizens. Topics are listed from A-Z.

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6. CountyOffice.org

Find contact information for Federal, State and Local government offices located in your county

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7. State Health Department Information

This site can help you locate your local Health Department.

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