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Be Ready Sacramento County! 
Would you be ready if there was an emergency or disaster in your neighborhood?  Get started with 3 small steps to prepare yourself and your family. 
1.  Be informed
2.  Make an Emergency Plan
3.  Build an Emergency Kit

 

We encourage residents to be prepared in the event of any emergency.  In a major disaster, basic services and supplies we all count on everyday may not be available.  Drinking water may be contaminated.  The shelves at grocery stores could be empty.  Usual means of public transportation may be disrupted.  And our homes may be without power for days and perhaps weeks.  Given the possibilities, it is critical to be prepared in the event of an emergency.


Below are some resources to help you and your family get ready for a disaster:

American Red Cross - Capital Region Chapter

Be Aware, Be Prepared, Be Storm Ready?
S
acramento specific information and resources on preparing for storms

 

If you would like to learn how to get more involved in your community and train how to become a disaster volunteer, click on the programs below to learn more:

American Red Cross Volunteers

Sacramento Medical Reserve Corps

Sacramento Fire Community Emergency Response Team

Elk Grove/Galt Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Disaster Healthcare Volunteers

Hands On Sacramento
Hands On Sacramento is the region's full-service volunteer action center and a committed advocate for innovative social change.



 
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