Emergency Preparedness Resources for Native Americans (15)

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Ready.gov offers brochures and posters to help Alaskan Natives and Native American individuals, families, and communities prepare for disasters. They are customized by region to reflect the diverse local conditions and cultures found in Alaska and Indian Country.
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December 16, 2013
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  • Indian Country - Tribal Leaders Brochure

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    A full color quad-fold brochure for Tribal leaders to learn about emergency preparedness for their villages or tribes before, during and after a disaster.
  • Indian Country - Alaska Brochure

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    Alaska Natives recognize the importance of self-reliance, as individuals and as part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Northeast Brochure

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    Northeastern tribal people recognize the importance of self-reliance as individuals and part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Alaska Poster

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    In the past, flooding, blizzards, wildland fires, and earthquakes have all threatened Alaska. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days during any of these emergencies?
  • Indian Country - Northern Plains Brochure

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    n the past, flooding, wildfires, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and severe winter weather have threatened the Northwest Coastal and Plateau areas. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Northern Plains Poster

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    In the past, thunderstorms, tornadoes, flooding, wildfires, and severe winter weather have threatened the Northern Plains. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Northwest Brochure

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    Northwest Coastal and Plateau people recognize the importance of self-reliance as individuals and part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Northwest Poster

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    In the past, flooding, wildfires, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and severe winter weather have threatened the Northwest Coastal and Plateau areas. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Southeast Brochure

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    Southeastern tribal people recognize the importance of self-reliance as individuals and part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Southeast Poster

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    In the past, hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, and extreme heat, have threatened the Southeast. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Southern Plains Brochure

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    People of the Plains recognize the importance of self-reliance as individuals and part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Southern Plains Poster

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    In the past, thunderstorms, tornadoes, flooding, wildfires, and severe winter weather have threatened the Southern Plains. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Southwest Brochure

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    Southwest Native people recognize the importance of self-reliance as individuals and part of a community. Simple preparations today can keep you safe during a disaster or emergency. Have a plan. Be ready.
  • Indian Country - Southwest Poster

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    In the past, dust storms, earthquakes, flash floods, wildfires, extreme heat, and severe winter weather have threatened the Southwest. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
  • Indian Country - Northeast Poster

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    In the past, hurricanes, flooding, extreme heat, and severe winter snowstorms have threatened the Northeast. Now consider the possibility of home fires and even terrorist attacks. Are you prepared to make it on your own for a few days in the event of an emergency?
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