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Clinical Guidance for Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning After a Disaster

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A resource by the CDC highlighting the symptoms and signs of carbon monoxide poisoning, which is often a cause of illness and death after a natural disaster.

Operation Blessing

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Provides short-term relief and development assistance to economically disadvantaged people and victims of disaster throughout the world. In the United States, Operation Blessing International focuses on providing food, clothing and other material assistance to inner-city and rural families facing financial hardship.

For the Women of Katrina

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Following natural disasters there is often a sharp rise in violence against women and children, especially for those who have lost their homes and who are living in crowded shelters. Teenage girls, young women, and separated children are at special risk.

Post Disaster Toolkit for Training Clean-up and Reconstruction Laborers

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This resource offers training for community based organizations and workers in the aftermath of natural disasters. It includes educational materials as well as trainer guides and tools.

Cleaning Up, Staying Safe

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Blog post from the U.S. Department of Labor highlighting common hazards during hurricane cleanup as well as links to additional readings.

Keeping Food and Water Safe in an Emergency Situation

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Information on keeping food and water safe for consumption and best hygiene practices in the face of disasters.

Clean Up Safely After a Disaster Factsheet

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Offers tips about potential hazards and protective strategies during disaster cleanup.

Medical Management and Patient Advisement After a Disaster

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This page highlights important tools for clinicians as well as diagnoses to consider when caring for disaster-affected patients.

United for Puerto Rico

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United for Puerto Rico is an initiative brought forth by the First Lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló, in collaboration with the private sector, with the purpose of providing aid and support to those affected in Puerto Rico by the passage of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane María. 100% of the proceeds will go to helping the victims afteced by these natural disasters in Puerto Rico.

How You Can Help: #SafeCleanUp from Hurricane Harvey

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This site includes various helpful links including information on health hazards, mold remediation, respirator use, and related policy information.

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