www.SurviveDisaster.org or call  211  
 Are you ready? Think. Act. Survive. 
Disaster can strike quickly and without warning.
Hurricanes. Flooding. Explosions. Terrorism.
Yet, many do not know how to protect themselves or their families and neighbors.  
A Prepared Community is a Safe Community.
Take action today and learn how to plan for and be trained to respond to a catastrophic event, be it natural or manmade. Because professional emergency first responders may not always be on site immediately, trained citizens can help save lives and protect property in their communities in the aftermath of a disaster.

       For information on preparedness, training and volunteer opportunities, please visit the following sites:
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

 
  Harris County Citizen Corps
  City of Houston Office of Emergency Management
  FEMA for Kids!
  Harris County Office of Homeland Security
and Emergency Management
  United States Department of Homeland Security
  Ready.gov
  Houston Transtar
VOLUNTEER TRAINING
AND PREPAREDNESS

 


       
  Harris County Citizen Corps CERT Training -
Community Emergency Response Team
  Houston Chapter Red Cross
  United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast
  Volunteer Houston
  FEMA for Kids!
  Hurricane Preparedness Tips  (PDF)
  2006 Hurricane Evacuation Contraflow Routes   (PDF)
PARTNERS
 
  Allstate Foundation
  City of Houston Office of Emergency Management
  Harris County Judge Ed Emmett
  Harris County Citizen Corps
  Houston Transtar

WEATHER



 
  National Hurricane Center
  National Weather Service
  NOAA
  Real Time Rainfall Maps
Think.Act.Survive.
A Harris County public education and training program made possible through a grant funded by the Allstate Foundation.
Think. Act. Survive.  Call 211 for information.