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Tropical Storm Isaac - 2012

Hurricane  

August 30, 2012:  Slow-moving Isaac weakens to a depression over northern Louisiana. Flooding rains continue accross southeastern Louisiana and Mississippi. [Learn More >>]

Public Health Actions and Situational Awareness

Federal Public Health Actions | Stay Informed


State Health and Preparedness Information

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Health and Safety

Prepare for the Storm | Evacuate | Find a Shelter | Locate Loved Ones | Food and Water Safety | Prevent and Treat Disease and Injury | Clean-up and Sanitation | Mental Health Resources | Additional Safety Concerns | Safety Information for Responders & Clinicians

 

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State Health-Related Health Information

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Alabama
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Florida
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Georgia
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Health and Safety

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Prepare for the Storm

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Evacuating Safely

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Find a Shelter

To fnd a shelter: Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362. Have friends or family that need to find shelter? Send this information to them via text.

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Locate Loved Ones

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Food and Water Safety

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Prevent and Treat Disease and Injury

 


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Clean-up and Sanitation





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Mental Health Resources

The catastrophic effects of a hurricane often cause stress.  If you are experiencing distress from the storm, call 877-SAMHSA7 to receive help and referrals to local crisis lines.


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Additional Safety Concerns


 

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Safety Information for Responders and Clinicians


 

Prepare and Stay Informed

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Prepare for the Storm

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  • This page last reviewed: August 31, 2012