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CDC Preparedness

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

U.S. Army Public Health Command

  • U.S. Army Public Health Command
    The five Public Health Command Regions execute public health missions. They are supported by 14 Public Health Command Districts. Their professions include almost 70 scientific and technical disciplines, which are brought to bear on public health issues and problems.

SAMHSA - Disaster Kit

  • SAMHSA Disaster Kit
    Available for download or in print, kit includes materials for responding effectively to the general public during and after a disaster and in dealing with workplace stress. From Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Disaster Psychiatry (APA)

Relief Central (Unbound Medicine)

  • Relief Central
    Relief Central is a free mobile and web resource from Unbound Medicine to assist relief workers and first responders. World Factbook, CDC Yellow Book (vaccines and infectious disease for international travel), Army Field Operations Guide. For Web, iOS and Android.

Water Supply and Sanitation

World Disasters Report

National Library of Medicine

Matas Mobile Links

Geography & Geology

Extreme Weather

Making Cities Resilient

  • Resilient Cities Series Annual Forum
    Resilient Cities - The Annual Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation - is the global platform for urban resilience and climate change adaptation, hosted every year in Bonn. From the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)
  • International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN)
    UNISDR serves as the focal point for the implementation a ten year plan of action adopted in 2005 by 168 governments to protect lives and livelihoods against disas

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