[Community-service] Disaster resources
mcikeyc at aol.com
Sat Apr 30 08:58:34 UTC 2011
This is great information. Thanks.
Since I am no longer available to meet, I am wondering if a project has been
decided upon. Perhaps the idea of using toiletries as was mentioned before
and contributes them to some type of disaster relief that will not cost much
money to deliver them. Perhaps, since we often get assistance from FedEx or
UPS at Conventions, they can help with delivery. It's a stretch but worth
the thought. With the way things are going, I am certain there will be
something that our efforts can go toward from what is collected at
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[mailto:community-service-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Darian Smith
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 1:40 PM
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Subject: [Community-service] Disaster resources
Chris posted a very interesting topic that had me thinking a little bit.
A couple of days later, I was going through some messages from a
while back, and found one from a friend of mine who works at the
americorps campus I worked out of. She had passed along a link to me
related to disaster prep and responce and I wanted to share it.
is the link to a website that has a lot of disaster preparation
including Fema programs and local emergency management centers.
There is a
website link followed by a descriptive paragraph.
INTERACTIVE MAP OF
DISABILITY & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS RESOURCES: N.O.D.'s Emergency
Preparedness Initative (EPI) has available an interactive map of
regional, state, and local disability-related emergency management
The map houses information on your regional branch of FEMA and ADA&IT
Technical Assistance Centers, and state disability resource agencies, a
directory of ILCs and SILCs within your sta
te, your state Citizen Corps
American Red Cross Chapters, as well as links to your state and local
Management Agencies. The map also includes a list of federal disability
emergency preparedness resources, including government agencies and
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