The Extreme Cold Prevention Guide combines all of the key content of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Winter Weather website into one downloadable, printable file. Printing this PDF file ensures that you will have important winter weather health and safety information available even when you're without power or Internet service. Learn more cold weather safety tips from the CDC
Being prepared is the best way to protect yourself and your family against disasters, including public health emergencies like pandemic flu. Because nobody knows when the next disaster will happen, it’s important to get prepared now.
There are three simple steps you can take during this month and throughout the year to prepare.
1. Put together an emergency supply kit.
2. Make a family emergency plan and share it with your family.
3. Watch local news and stay informed - go to AlertSCC and register today to receive local emergency alert notifications and information.
Click below for additional Emergency Preparedness information on how to prepare!
For more information, click on the Program Resources links for different types of public health emergencies and additional resources.