Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
National Preparedness Month 2011 focuses on remembering disasters from our past and preparing for the challenges of the future. During this time, we ask what steps each of us can take to ensure that our communities are ready to respond the next time disaster strikes. This year’s campaign focuses on remembering disasters from our past, whether it be the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks or the disasters in Alabama and Missouri earlier this year, and asking our communities to work together to make our country more resilient.
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