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Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
Emergency Management - Mitigation, Preparedness, Recovery, Response

September is National Preparedness Month! Are you ready?

Don't wait, Communicate and make your emergency plan today.

Emergency Response Happens at the Local Level - List of Local Emergency Managers in Oregon​

Behavioral Health Assistance in the Event of a Disaster​ 

Hot Tips

  • ​During an emergency or disaster instead of calling family or friends send a text. It takes less bandwidth than a call and has a greater chance of success when phone systems are overloaded.

Preparedness Resources

OEM BCP/COOP Manual and Plan Templates

​Resources to assist your agency or business to be ready to reconsititute your essential fucntions in the event of an impact to your staff, facilities or infrastructure.

Community Emergency Response Teams

​CERT volunteers can assist others in their community following a disaster when professional responders are not immediatly avalible to help. Find a team near you.

2 Weeks Ready - Your More Prepared than you think

​A brief outline on how to expand your readiness to cover two weeks using your 72 Hour Kit and items typically found at home.

Family Communication Plan
What if disaster or emergency strikes and your not with your family? Will they be able to reach you? How can you let them know your ok? This FEMA document will help you build a strategy and plan to stay in touch.
National Weather Service El Nino Forecast for Oregon 2015-2016

​Information on forecast and resources to be ready and stay informed on weather trends and impacts.

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AMH Emergency Preparedness Planner​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​