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What do you need to think about BEFORE disaster strikes?  
Family Emergency Plan
  • Share a written plan with someone who lives a distance away.
  • Your completed plan is useful for all kinds of emergencies which may involve leaving your home.  
  • Not all data may be relevant for your family. Strike through unnecessary fields of information.
  • From TexasReady.gov:
  • Family Plan Form #2  (American Red Cross)
  • Special planning needs (children, elderly, pets, disabilities)
For Regions affected by Hurricanes
COVID-19 Considerations 

Because of the continued COVID-19 pandemic, fewer shelters may be available than in pre-pandemic times. 

    

If you are considering inviting another family to shelter in your home, it would be wise to be prepared to take safe measures to avoid possible covid-19 spread.  

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