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Texas Prepares - Are you Ready - or Not? ( External Link)
When disaster hits, Texans need to be ready. Follow our simple step-by-step online guide to building your plan–including family strategies, handy checklists, and special needs considerations for the disabled, the elderly and pets. If you can't easily answer these three key questions, make your plan today.
February 6, 2009
Media Tips for Elected Officials
Quick and to the point reminders about dealing with the media
January 29, 2009
Accessible Hazard Alert System
Notification for Texans who are Deaf: Sign up for Alerts
FBC OEM Preparedness Brochure ( PDF Document - 405.83 KB)
Citizens' Preparedness Guidebook ( External Link)
The Citizens' Preparedness Guidebook, produced by the National Crime Prevention Council with support from the Department of Justice, provides current crime and disaster preparedness techniques as well as the latest information on terrorism, to give Americans guidance on how to prepare in our homes, in our neighborhoods, at work, at the airport, in places of worship, and in public spaces.
2-1-1 Texas ( External Link)
When the worry, question or concern seems overwhelming, 2-1-1 Texas/United Way HELPLINE is the place to call.
Their trained call specialists are connected with all the necessary resources to help you.The array of resources is extensive including information about back-to-school and holiday programs, low-income tax preparation, elder services, and a primary point of contact during times of disaster.
January 27, 2009
Winter Weather Emergency checklist
January 19, 2009
New Emergency Preparedness Website: www.disasterprepped.com
January 16, 2009
Keep It With You: Personal Medical Information Form