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Find help: Disasters and Emergencies
Find out how to prepare for disasters and emergencies in advance.

Although we can’t control things like weather, disasters, or emergencies, we can control being prepared in advance.

American Heart Association (only available in English)
How can they help?
The American Heart Association provides information and classes on first aid and CPR. Visit your local AHA office to learn how you can enroll in a class or training session.
American Red Cross
How can they help?
The American Red Cross (ARC) responds to all disasters either started by natural causes (like a earthquake) or unnatural causes (like a home fire). Visit your local ARC office to find out how they can help you and your family if needed.
Be Prepared California
How can they help?
California’s Department of Public Health offers tips and resources to help you and your family develop a disaster plan and prepare an emergency supply kit. They also provide guidance on how to talk to children about a crisis if one was to occur.
California 2-1-1 (only available in English)
How can they help?
California 2-1-1 is a free information and referral service that connects people to 24/7 health and human services, including disaster relief, in their local community.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
How can they help?
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is dedicated to helping people before, during, and after disasters.
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