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Stay safe and take care of the immediate needs of yourself and your loved ones.
Safety tips to help you handle common problems during and after wildfires, including those related to power outages and cleaning up safely.
Knowing how to determine if food is safe and how to keep food safe will help minimize the potential loss of food and reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
disaster strikes, often people react with increased anxiety, worry and
anger. With support from community and family, most of us bounce back.
However, some may need extra assistance to cope with unfolding events
and uncertainties. If you are experiencing emotional distress due to the
storm, call the National Disaster Distress Helpline. This toll-free,
multilingual, crisis support service is available 24/7 via telephone
(1-800-985-5990) and SMS (text ‘TalkWithUs’ to 66746).
Alcohol and Substance Abuse in a Disaster
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