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AIDS Organization of Windsor,Ontario

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Colorectal Screening Program

Department of Homeland Security

Disability & Emergency Preparedness

Family Communications Plan

The FBI

The Federal Emergency Management Agency

Feeding America

Flooding Information

The Harvard School of Public Health

International Red Cross

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Abuse

Maryland Emergency Management Agency

Maryland Resources for Emergency Responders

The Mayo Clinic

To Report a Child Missing

Nat. Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center

National Hurricane Center

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

PFLAG of Canada

PFLAG USA

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Poison Prevention Control

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Canadian.Family Violence information

The Triangle Foundation Michigan

Youth Smoking: Keeping the Next Generation Smoke-Free

United States Emergency Centers and Emergency Information

Good Alabama

Florida State Emergency Resources

Louisiana Emergency

Maryland Emergency Management Agency

Mississippi Emergency Management Agency

Director: Mike Womak

P.O Box 4501 - Jackson, MS 39296-4501

1410 Riverside Drive Jackson, MS 39202-1297

Phone: 601-352-9100 (24 Hr) Fax: 601-352-8314

24 Hr Emergency Line: 1-800-222-MEMA(6362)

Texas Emergency

U.S. Coast Guard Storm Center

NOAA Storm Prediction Center

Army Information

Soldiers and families in need of crisis assistance can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Trained consultants are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and can be contacted by dialing 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or by visiting their website a thttp://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

U S Coast Guard

FEMA

Ready.Gov

Latest Update 6-5-2017

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Flooding Creates More Financial Devastation Than Allmost Any Other Natural Disaster

Recovery Donations

Here are pointers to consider before donating goods, money or time to help with any storm recovery effort:

* Volunteer wisely to help others. In a community struggling to recover from a disaster, an influx of unexpected or unneeded volunteers and donations can make the process even more difficult. Before traveling to the disaster area, learn if and when your skills are needed. Discuss with volunteer organizers how your needs for food, water and shelter will be met while you are volunteering

* Confirm the need before collecting. Donors should be wary of anyone who claims that "everything" is needed. Many groups have been disappointed that their efforts and the goods they collected were not appreciated. A community hit by disaster does not have time or resources to dispose of unneeded donations. Get precise information before collecting anything.

* Financial contributions are preferred. Cash donations can be used to meet victims' specific needs more quickly. Donations of food, clothing and other items have to be stored and distributed, costing charitable organizations valuable time and money that could be used to help victims directly

. * Donate goods through an experienced organization. Some relief agencies may have the structure in place to store and distribute donated goods. To prevent waste, donations of goods should be made only to agencies that have requested specific items.

Rhode Island

Governor Donald L. Carcieri

Office of the Governor

State House, Room 115

Providence, RI 02903

Phone: (401) 222-2080

Fax: (401) 222-8096

The State of Virginia

Virginia Department of Emergency Management 10501 Trade Court

Richmond, Virginia 23236

Phone (8:15-5:00) 804-897-6500

Phone (24-hour) 804-674-2400

www.vaemergency.com

Rex Griffin Pyle Web Coordinator * Virginia Department of Emergency Management

10501 Trade Court * Richmond, Virginia 23236

804.897.6500 x6511 * 804.897.6626 (fax)

www.readyvirginia.gov

For more on donating to victims of disasters in Virginia, go to www.vaemergency.com.

Following is a list of several relief organizations currently serving the victims of the storms in southeast Virginia and accepting donations. Donations should be designated for April Tornado Response and Recovery and can be made through local offices and some Web sites.

American Red Cross http:// www.redcross.org - Suffolk, Southeast, Petersburg and Greater Richmond Chapters Salvation Army http://www.salvationarmy.org Federation of Virginia Food Banks http://www.foodbankonline.org Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginiahttp:// www.cceva.org Lutheran Disaster Response & Lutheran Family Services of Virginia http://www.ldr.org
Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia http://www.sbcv.org
Virginia Baptist Mission Board http://www.vbmb.org
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance http://www.pcusa.org
Virginia United Methodist Church Conference Disaster Response
http://www.vaumc.org
Adventist Community Services http://www.communityservices.org
Virginia Beach Society for the Preventions of Cruelty to Animals
http://www.vbspca.com
The Humane Society of the United States http://www.hsus.org/disaster
United Way of Central Virginia http://www.unitedwaycv.org
United Way of the Virginia Peninsula http://www.uwvp.org



 

Find a Gas Station in a weather emergency

11-25-2014 Have you seen the new Lantern Live app from the U.S. Department of Energy? It’s designed to help you find fuel during disasters:

http://www.fema.gov/blog/2014-11-19/news-department-energy-releases-lantern-live-app

Cities implement 311 for

non -emergencies include:

Baltimore MD,Detroit MI,San Jose,Ca.
Miami-Dade,Fl.Chicago Ill.Oklahoma State University,Las Vegas Nev.,New York, NY.
Philadelphia Pa,Houston, Dallas,TX

In Canada

Edmonton joins Calgary, Laval, Gatineau,Windsor, Ontario, and Montreal, and several other smaller centres which also offer 311 service. Vancouver and Toronto are preparing to offer 311 service in 2009..

This helps to keep your 911 Emergencies as Important Happenings!

States that use 211 for area information centers are:

2-1-1 is a free community service administered by the United Way of Connecticut, Memphis Tennessee,Missouri,Paramus New Jersey,Nebraska, Greater Northwest Oregon, Palm Beach Florida,Southwest Washington region,Texas, Utah,

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