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Our Mission is to provide Safety Planning and Disaster Response and Recovery support to Individuals and Small-to-Midsize Businesses.

No one wants to believe that a disaster can strike them — these extremes of weather and tragic mishaps are the stuff of newscasts and always happen "somewhere else." But the reality is that none of us knows when the next Special Report might be covering news from our own backyard.

The best chance for a fast and complete Disaster Recovery is built on the foundation of Preparedness. That's why we are working around the clock to provide tools and information that will help you Prepare for, Respond to, and Recover from natural and man-made disasters.

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Safe Kids Worldwide:
Safe Kids Worldwide is a global network of organizations whose mission is to prevent accidental childhood injury, a leading killer of children 14 and under. More than 450 coalitions in 16 countries bring together health and safety experts, educators, corporations, foundations, governments and volunteers to educate and protect families. Safe Kids Worldwide was founded in 1987 as the National SAFE KIDS Campaign by Children's National Medical Center with support from Johnson & Johnson. Visit the Campaign's Safety Tips page to learn how fully 90% of unintentional injuries can be avoided.
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Hurricane Floyd: Princeville, NC. A Search and Rescue Team brings in dozens of stranded dogs. Rescuing stranded pets became a priority, as many towns along the Tar River remained under water. Photo by Dave Saville / FEMA News Photo

WEATHER.GOV From The National Weather Service Visit WEATHER.GOV

Mission: To provide weather, water, and climate data, forecasts and warnings for the protection of life and property and enhancement of the national economy.

Vision: A Weather-Ready Nation: Society is Prepared for and Responds to Weather-Dependent Events

Organization: The headquarters of the National Weather Service is located in Silver Spring, MD with regional headquarters located in Kansas City, Mo.; Bohemia, N.Y.; Fort Worth, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Anchorage, Alaska; and Honolulu, Hawaii. With some 5,000 employees in 122 weather forecast offices, 13 river forecast centers, 9 national centers, and other support offices around the country, NWS provides a national infrastructure to gather and process data worldwide. Each year, NWS collects some 76 billion observations and issues approximately 1.5 million forecasts and 50,000 warnings. Go


Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society of the United StatesThe best way to keep yourself and your family -- both people and animals -- safe when disaster strikes is to have a good disaster plan and The Humane Society of the United States can help you get ready in case of an emergency. No matter what the specifics of your plan, follow this basic safety rule: If you are told to evacuate, leave immediately and take your animals. If it's not safe for you, it's not safe for them.

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