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Disaster Preparedness Information

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Disaster Preparedness
American Red Cross of Central & Northern New York

344 West Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides educational workshops concerning disaster preparedness for people of all age groups. Provides free smoke alarms for families.

Disaster Services
American Red Cross of Central New York

344 West Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides food, clothing, and shelter for victims of local emergencies (e.g., house fires) and to victims of major disasters. A team of volunteers works with city/county officials and provides assistance on a 24-hour basis. After the initial emergency assistance, Red Cross may provide assistance …

Emergency Preparedness and Response
Lewis County Public Health Department

7785 North State Street
Suite 2
Lowville, NY

Responsible for planning and putting in place programs to respond quickly and effectively to threats endangering the health of the public and citizens of Lewis County. Threats include natural disasters, biological/chemical attacks, or emerging diseases.

Federal Emergency Management Agency Region 2

1 World Trade Center
New York, NY

Manages federal efforts to reduce the loss of life through a comprehensive, all-hazards emergency management program of emergency planning, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery.

Public Health Education
Oswego County Health Department

70 Bunner Street
Oswego, NY

Provides educational programs to the public (schools, churches, civic groups, organizations, work sites) on a variety of health topics such as playground, sun, and traffic safety, poison control, and emergency preparedness.¬†Offers a six week Healthy Living Workshop for individuals living with, or …

Public Health Emergency Preparedness
Jefferson County Public Health Service

531 Meade Street
Watertown, NY

Responsible for planning and putting in place programs to respond quickly and effective to threats endangering the health of the public and citizens of Jefferson County. Threats include natural disasters, biological/chemical attacks or emerging diseases. 

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