Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Winter storms bring many health and safety concerns with the wind, snow, cold temperatures and ice. But preparation, communication and a response plan can help you and your family weather the storms safely. The resources below will help you learn how to create a plan, stay informed, and recover from a winter storms.
A well stocked preparedness kit and proper planning can help you get through winter storms safely. Learn the key elements of a good plan and how to stay connected with family members, plan for loved ones with special need, protect your pets, and other important aspects of preparedness.
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