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American Red Cross Oregon Trail Chapter
Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies
Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) 
Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW)
The Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW) is a coalition of private and public representatives working together to improve the ability of Cascadia Region communities to reduce the effects of earthquake events.       
Coordinates and communicates a broad range of critical information that may be needed by emergency responders in mitigating a hazardous material related incident.
Citizen Corps 
Citizen Corps was created to help coordinate volunteer activities to make communities safer and better prepared to respond to any emergency situation.
Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS)
IBHS promotes resiliency from natural disasters and other property losses by developing an infrastructure that is damage-resistant and through personal and corporate action that helps minimize disruption to normal life and work patterns. 
League of Oregon Cities (LOC)
The League of Oregon Cities is a voluntary association representingOregon's municipalities.  All of the state's 242 incorporated cities are members of the League.  The League works in partnership with its member cities to help local government better serve the citizens of Oregon.  
National Association of SARA Title III Program Officials (NASTTPO)  
The National Association of SARA Title III Program Officials (NASTTPO) is made up of members and staff of State Emergency Response Commissions (SERCs), Tribal Emergency Response Commissions (TERCs), Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs), various federal agencies, and private industry. Membership is dedicated to working together to prepare for possible emergencies and disasters involving hazardous materials, whether they are accidental releases or a result of terrorist acts.

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD)
NVOAD coordinates planning efforts by many voluntary organizations responding to disaster.
Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association (OAPA)
The Chapter's mission is to carry out the objectives of the American Planning Association (APA) and to promote the art and science of planning in Oregon. 
Oregon Climate Service (OCS)
The Oregon Climate Service is located on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis, Oregon is the state repository for weather and climate information. 
Oregon Continuity Planners Association (OCPA)
OCPA is an association of IT Recovery and Business Continuity Planners from large and small companies, consultants, public entities and service providers around the Portland, OR metro area.
Oregon Emergency Management Association (OEMA)
OEMA is a statewide organization committed to fostering emergency planning efforts to enhance the safety of Oregon's citizens and visitors. OEMA promotes efforts of communities to create and improve mitigation, preparedness, and response and recovery capabilities to deal with a range of natural and technological hazards. 
Oregon Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (ORVOAD)       
ORVOAD coordinates planning by the many voluntary agencies responding to a disaster so they provide more effective service with less duplication when a disaster strikes.  
Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience 
The Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience (Partnership) is a coalition of public, private, and professional organizations working collectively toward the mission of creating a disaster resilient and sustainable state. 
Ready Rating - American Red Cross 
The Ready Rating program is designed to help you be better prepared for emergencies. The program has a Ready Rating Program Guide to help you with assessing and preparing for emergencies.  The assessment tool and guide are the result of a comprehensive review of preparedness recommendations conducted by the Red Cross.
Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) University of Oregon
The focus of the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) Program is to increase the capacity of rural communities to improve their economic, social, and environmental conditions, through the assistance of trained graduate-level participants who live and work in communities for 11 months.