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This years theme is, “A Lasting Legacy: The life you’ve built is worth protecting...
Here are tips on how to teach kids about what to prepare for and how to know what to do when disasters strike.
Our 30 Days/30 Ways to Prepare for Emergencies focus this week is “Low-Cost, No-Cost Preparedness.”
Building a kit may seem overwhelming. How do you start? You may already have parts of a kit and don’t know it.
September is National Preparedness Month and the beginning of PA's 30 Days/30 Ways to be Prepared for Emergencies.
The number of hurricanes and tropical storms we have seen this summer is a reminder that disasters won’t wait for a pandemic to be over.
It takes a whole community to be prepared, safe, and resilient. When whole communities are involved, everyone is better prepared.
Being financially prepared can seem difficult. These small but critical steps could help cover your assets when the unexpected occurs.
Everyone’s needs are unique. There are situations that may require additional planning and considerations.
We're recognizing National Preparedness Month in Pennsylvania with 30 Days/30 Ways to be prepared.
Here Pennsylvanians can find timely, interesting, and most importantly, helpful information and resources about emergency and disaster preparedness, recovery, and more.
This blog will help you be informed, be prepared, and be involved.