National Preparedness Month
Every community has voluntary organizations that work during disasters. Visit https://www.nvoad.org to see what organizations are active in your community. Many local emergency management agencies keep lists of people in your community with disabilities, visit: www.ready.gov/disability for more information.
FEMA continues to coordinate with our state and federal partners to support those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Listen to this week's episode of the FEMA Podcast, we sit down with a few members of the FEMA team to discuss youth preparedness and important roles children can play in creating a systematic shift in the culture of preparedness.
Watch this PrepTalk from Daniel Homsey from the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) for the City Administrator’s Office of the City of San Francisco as he shares tools for building resilient communities at the neighborhood level.
Become a Transportation Service Provider for FEMA
Want to provide transportation services to help FEMA with both steady-state and disaster response needs? Register your company with the FEMA Tender of Service Program.
Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018
On Oct. 5, 2018, President Trump signed the Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 into law. Learn more about how the new provisions move us forward towards becoming a prepared and resilient nation.