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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.

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.

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.

APHA Get Ready Campaign

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Link to APHA's Get Ready Campaign website with comprehensive information regarding potential influenza pandemic including several useful full-color brochures/handouts and other free materials.

California Governor's Office of Emergeny Services

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Link to the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services website with comprehensive information on emergency preparedness, repsonse, recovery, training, etc.

Clean Up Safely After a Disaster Factsheet

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

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.

Cruz Roja Americana

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Link to the American Red Cross' website in Spanish.

Health Center Emergency Management Program Expectations

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This Policy Information Notice (PIN) provides guidance to health centers on emergency management expectations related to planning and preparing for future emergencies.

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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