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Emergency Preparedness

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Rebecca Hysing, RS, MPH
Supervisor
(216)201-2000 ext 1602
rhysing@ccbh.net
Heidi Scaife, RS
Supervisor
(216) 201-2000 ext 1603
hscaife@ccbh.net

 

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There are steps that you and your family can take now to prepare for any type of emergency. Putting together a family plan will ensure that you and your family know where one another are in the event of an emergency, hear important instructions from local officials, and respond in a way that keeps you and your family safe.

By clicking on the links below, you can learn how to make a family emergency kit, create a family emergency plan, stay informed on the latest emergency response information and get involved in community preparedness efforts.

Sixty-six percent of American households include a pet of some kind. We encourage all pet owners to include their pets in their family emergency plan. The following fact sheets provide useful emergency information on the importance of creating and learning a family communication plan, and ensuring that family pets are included.

You can also help your local community with preparedness planning and response efforts by participating in the Cuyahoga County Medical Reserve Corps.

The CDC has a fun new way of teaching others about emergency preparedness. Their new graphic novel, “Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic” demonstrates the importance of being prepared in an entertaining way that people of all ages will enjoy.

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Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic


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