Family Preparedness Plan

A strong network of prepared people, families, and organizations is vital to our
community’s successful response to any type of emergency event. Northeast
Kansas is subject to a number of potential natural disasters such as tornados,
flooding, winter storms and heat waves. There are also hazards from chemical
or biological accidents, as well as acts of terrorism. In addition, a fast-spreading
infectious disease may cause our health care system to be overwhelmed, and
large portions of our workforce may be too sick to work.
Who is responsible for the health and welfare of you and your family in an
emergency or disaster? Emergency services and government agencies may
not be able to respond to your needs immediately. Their buildings, equipment,
personnel, communications, and mobility may be severely hampered by the
event.
So. . . Who is responsible for the health and welfare of you and your family in an
emergency or disaster? YOU ARE!

English Version

NCRI Family Preparedness Plan

Spanish Version

NCRI Family Preparedness Plan Spanish