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Safe and Well.  American Red Cross
After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind. The American Red Cross Safe and Well website is designed to help make that communication easier.  Learn More >>

Stay Connected with your State:

Staying informed during an emergency is a vital part of protecting yourself as well as your friends and family.  Check out your state's resources below so that you have the information you need to prepare for a disaster and respond effectively.

Alabama       Hawaii       Massachusetts       New Mexico       South Dakota  
Alaska   Idaho   Michigan   New York    Tennessee  
Arizona   Illinois   Minnesota   North Carolina   Texas  
Arkansas   Indiana   Mississippi   North Dakota   Utah  
California   Iowa   Missouri   Ohio   Vermont  
Colorado   Kansas    Montana   Oklahoma   Virginia  
Connecticut   Kentucky   Nebraska   Oregon   Washington  
District of Columbia
  Louisiana    Nevada   Pennsylvania   West Virginia  
Florida    Maine   New Hampshire   Rhode Island   Wisconsin  
Georgia   Maryland   New Jersey   South Carolina    Wyoming  

Find Disaster-Related Organizations in your State

Access to DIRLINE records for over 900 organizations with disaster-related responsibilities. DIRLINE, ( a free database of the National Library of Medicine, contains over 8,500 records on various health topics. The subset of disaster records encompasses federal, state, and local government agencies; information and referral centers; professional societies; voluntary associations; academic and research institutions and their programs; information systems; regulatory bodies; and research facilities.

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  • This page last reviewed: August 05, 2020