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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Community Health Resilience in Action

Toolkits for Faith-Based, Youth and Other Community Organizations

We know that disasters can strike anytime, anywhere.  Disasters can threaten your health and the health of people around you in your community. 

But you have the power to help. By taking a few simple steps, we can all make a difference in our communities.  Simple things – like getting to know your neighbors and finding out who might need help in a disaster, learning first aid/CPR, and planning to help out when your community needs you– can make a big difference.  They can help people weather the storm more safely.  Working to ensure that the people in your community remain resilient in the face of any disaster events is one of the best ways organizations can help build stronger communities and improve national health security.

Ready to get started?  Check out these toolkits to find out how you can improve health resilience in your community!

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  • This page last reviewed: January 12, 2018