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We use social media to engage the public around the FEMA mission of helping people before, during and after disasters. You can also find interesting topics of discussion related to FEMA and emergency management by following our PrepTalks video and FEMA Podcast series.

Official FEMA Social Media Accounts

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FEMA's Facebook Page
Other Facebook pages include FEMA en Español and Ready

Disaster PagesPrograms
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FEMA USVICenter for Domestic Preparedness
FEMA HarveyEmergency Management Institute

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FEMA on Twitter
Other Twitter pages include FEMA Español and Ready

Officials Programs
FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor U.S. Fire Administration
FEMAspoxCenter for Domestic Preparedness
FEMAportavozEmergency Management Institute
FEMAGrants
FEMA Watch Centers

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