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Your Disaster Recovery PC

  • Your Family Information
  • and Other Important Folders and Files
  • in a Grab and Go package.

All contained on a bootable USB flash drive

  • Your Documents, Photos, Videos and
  • other Important Files and Folders

Instantly Create and Disseminate

  • Missing Person and
  • Lost Pet Flyers

Easily Develop a Family Preparedness Plan

  • Emergency Contacts
  • Where to Meet
    and Alternative Locations

Prepare and Maintain an Emergency Supply Inventory

  • Food and Water
  • First Aid Kit and Medications
  • Pet Food and Medications
  • Tools and Communications Equipment

What the Experts have to Say

Becoming "Red Cross Ready" for an emergency means following our simple steps in advance to ensure you can weather a crisis safely and comfortably. Being prepared may not prevent a disaster, but it will give you confidence to meet the challenge.

Preparedness is everyone's job. Not just government agencies but all sectors of society -- service providers, businesses, civic and volunteer groups, industry associations and neighborhood associations, as well as every individual citizen -- should plan ahead for disaster. During the first few hours or days following a disaster, essential services may not be available. People must be ready to act on their own.

Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to know which types of disasters could affect your area. Know how you'll contact one another and reconnect if separated. Establish a family meeting place that's familiar and easy to find.

Additional Planning and Recovery Resources

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Disaster Specific Resources

Today, we seem to be more inundated by disasters than anytime in modern history. We are certainly more aware of man-made and natural disasters thanks to 24/7 news coverage, social media and the web.

Civil Unrest

Civil unrest on a national level with protests, riots, looting and unprecedented street violence have sadly become part of our American landscape. With a decline in police intervention and the fact that extreme physical violence can spontaneously erupt anywhere, it should make you ponder what can be done to stay safe.

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When it comes to earthquakes, there are simple things you can do to improve your chances of survival and recovery. Anything you do today will be like making a deposit in your survivability savings account for withdrawal in tough times.

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When a flood is imminent or occurring, your first priority should be the physical safety of you, your loved ones, and your pets. Stay alert by monitoring the local news and weather reports and sign up for emergency alerts. Have a communication plan ready in the event of a power outage.

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Hurricane season starts on May 15 in the north Pacific and June 1 in the Atlantic and the Caribbean. It ends on November 30. Before hurricane season each year, make sure you and your family are prepared by planning ahead.

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Go to a safe shelter immediately, such as a safe room, basement, storm cellar or a small interior room on the lowest level of a sturdy building. Stay away from windows, doors, and outside walls. If you can't stay at home, make plans to go to a public shelter.

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Volcanic eruptions are one of Earth's most dramatic and violent agents of change. Eruptions often force people living near volcanoes to abandon their land and homes, sometimes forever.

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More than 100 American Red Cross disaster volunteers continue to support victims of late December's Marshall Fire, Colorado's most destructive wildfire in history. The blaze torched more than 6,000 acres, forced the evacuation of some 35,000 people and destroyed nearly 1,000 homes

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Winter Storms

With winter storm season in full swing, it's important to know how to keep yourself, your family and your home safe. Here are some steps you can take to prepare yourself before that brutal storm hits.

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