Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Emergency Preparedness and Response page.
Disabled People and Disaster Planning - Recommendations for disabled people to prepare for and cope with disasters.
Emergency Preparedness for Businesses - Helpful information with specific instructions to building occupants, actions to be taken by facility management and first responder notification procedures.
FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA for Kids - Preparing Kids and their Families
Food Safety in an Emergency - FDA & USDA information on food safety preparedness
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
National Commission on Children and Disasters (A comprehensive study on the special disaster relief needs of children.)
Nixle Emergency Alert Service - allows the Tarrant County Emergency Management Office to send important public safety messages to subscribed residents instantly via cell phone, text message and/or email. Messages may include tornado and other severe weather warnings, as well as other relevant public safety related information.
Poison Control (American Association of Poison Control)
Preparedness for Children (Sesame Street Video for Kids)
Ready.gov - Terrorism forces us to make a choice. Don't be afraid, be ready.
Texas Department of State Health Services: Public Health Preparedness - A one-stop page of links to information regarding various health threats and related preparedness issues.
Texas Homeland Security - Be informed. Be prepared. Be involved.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Counterterrorism updates and general information.
County Telephone Operator 817-884-1111
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