Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
National Preparedness Month serves as a reminder that we must take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for the types of emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, learn and worship. Events such as Hurricane Sandy, wildfires on the West Coast, and the series of tornadoes that struck the Midwest, have shown us that together we can build a culture of preparedness so that our country is ready to confront and recover from emergencies and disasters.
Have you and your family come up with a plan that will help you stay safe and stay connected in an emergency? If so, that's great - take a few minutes now to update your plan. If not, find out what you can do to keep everybody yourself, your family and even members of your community safe. Learn More >>
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