Disaster Preparedness Resources
The time to prepare for an emergency is before the disaster strikes.
Make the effort to protect and prepare yourself, family, and co-workers for the future.
Small steps taken now will make the difference later.
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Individual Household Emergency Plan
Get Your Pets Ready
Prepare Evacuation Plan
Prepare a "Shelter in" Plan
AARP Operaton Emergency Prepare
Preparation for Disabilities
Develop Emergency Operation Plan for House of Worship
Prepare your Agency/Place of Business
2022 National Seasonal Preparedness
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has prepared the 2022 National Seasonal Preparedness Messaging Calendar.
A calendar month & key messages providing content to promote preparedness all year.
Download the Ready 2022 National Seasonal Preparedness Messaging Calendar (PDF)
SACRAMENTO REGION VOAD PARTNER EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING/RESOURCES
Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services Resources
Sac CERT Training
METRO CERT Training
American Red Cross Training Courses
Medical Reserve Corps
- Make a family emergency communication plan and include your pets.
- Identify an out of town emergency contact to coordinate information with family/friends.
- Check on neighbors.
- Keep an emergency kit wherever you spend time: home, car, work with three separate elements
- Download the FEMA App and set up local alerts
- Listen to local officials by radio, TV, or social media and take action.
- Practice your preparedness plans with a drill or exercise.
- Take a first aid class so you can help until first responders arrive
- Join VOAD
For more information, visit www.ready.gov/calendar
Additional FEMA Resources
Resolve to be Ready: Top Ten Steps to prepare to be ready (recorded webinar)
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