Preparedness

Preparedness for Individuals and Families
Being prepared for a disaster is as easy as 1-2-3. The American Red Cross program Be Red Cross Ready lists 3 steps.
  1. Make a Plan
  2. Get a Kit
  3. Be Informed


Preparedness for Seniors


Preparedness for the Disabled
Disabled or know someone who is? Watch this video on Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities.

Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities



Preparedness for Pets and Animals
Pets and livestock are an important part of lives of many people. Knowing how to take care of them in an emergency will provide animals with protection and you with peace of mind.

FEMA information about caring for pets, companion animals, and livestock.

The Humane Society also offers information about disaster preparedness for your pets at www.humanesociety.org/issues/animal_rescue/tips/pets-disaster.html

ASPCA information on pet preparedness:

The American Red Cross has a pet first aid app for your smartphone.

Preparedness for Pets and Animals


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