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Information system designed to assist emergency responders in hazardous material incidents.
Information resource for health care providers assisting mass casualty incidents involving chemicals.
Information resource for health care providers about clinical diagnosis and treatment of radiation injury during radiological and nuclear emergencies.
A website to help connect disaster survivors to the resources and help they need.
Guides for handling home, business, and financial matters after a disaster.
The blog is intended to provide informal educational resources for both researchers and practitioners. The postings contain information about current disaster events, news (such as newly-released reports from government agencies), comments, opinions, and an occasional burst of outrage.
Free Disaster Response Mobile Apps
ASPCA Mobile App -- Poison Control
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center’s (APCC) free mobile app helps owners quickly identify over 300 potential everyday hazards, provides crucial information about the severity of the problem and critical next steps.
Red Cross Emergency Suite of Apps
Mobile apps with the tools and preparedness information you need every day.
NCMEC: National Emergency Child Locator Center
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children offers this child-finding service for families separated by disasters.
This mobile app from FEMA has features such as National Weather Service alerts and an open shelter locator.
Volunteer Delaware's mission is to effectively provide information, coordination of activities and assistance to agencies that have a role in emergency and disaster response. Prospective volunteers can obtain information by researching volunteer opportunities on how they can connect and have a role in emergencies and disasters in order to save lives; reduce human suffering and property damage.
Safe and Well
After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind. This website is designed to help make that communication easier.
Mental Health Response Resources