Disaster Resources

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CDC offers a number of resources that public health professionals, clinicians, emergency responders, and others can use to share health and safety information in the event of a natural disaster.

CDC offers digital and print factsheets, posters, and other materials on topics related to disaster response and recovery.

CDC offers resources in 23 different languages, including American Sign Language (ASL).

If you have loved ones in hurricane-affected areas, you can ensure they stay safe by sending them health and safety information.

CDC Public Service Announcements (PSAs) and Podcasts provide timely messages about what you can do to protect yourself and your family during natural disasters.

CDC offers resources for clinicians, communicators, emergency responders, volunteers and more to prepare them to respond to a public health emergency.

Check out CDC’s emergency social media channels and more.

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