CAMPAIGN-4: Community Health, Safety and Prevention or Mitigation Ideas

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FBI Child ID App Success Stories Revisited & Re-Examined

A CHILD GOES MISSING EVERY 40 SECONDS IN THE U.S. (THAT’S 797,500 MISSING KIDS EACH YEAR) - SUBJECT: In light of a recent success, this thread briefly re-examines and discusses the FBI’s “Child ID” phone App in the event a child is missing, as well as, in the context of a disaster. This Phone App allows parents to transmit all of their child’s pictures and vital information (at the touch of a button) to FBI and Law ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-3: Community Resource Management Ideas

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PLANNING DEPENDENTS IN-HOME CARE CONTINUITY DURING A DISASTER

SUBJECT: Disaster preparedness focused on aiding dependents during an incident, whereby they no longer receive services they depend upon. - PURPOSE: In the event of a disaster, people who depend upon delivery services for in-home care could be in big trouble. It is definitely very common these days to receive in-home care as an alternative to a nursing home. I know of people in my neighborhood who have their INSULIN ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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BASIC EMERGENCY PLANS AND RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES AND VOLUNTEERS

BACK-TO-BASICS SERIES - OVERVIEW-1: BASIC EMERGENCY PLANS AND RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES AND VOLUNTEERS - PURPOSE: Families and volunteers may begin enhancing their own preparedness and safety at home by browsing and acquiring items from the example websites below. Volunteers must prepare themselves and their families for emergencies first BEFORE they begin to volunteer to support the community. This is part of a series ...more »

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