Emergency Preparedness Resources for Persons from Diverse Cultural Origins
Other Federal Resources
Other Organizational Resources
Please note: External links to other sites are intended to be informational only and do not have the endorsement of HHS and OCR.
Prepare.org – A site to assist vulnerable populations: seniors, children, persons with disabilities, and pet owners prepare for natural and human-caused disasters, with information available in multiple languages, large print, and text-only (the American Red Cross).
National Resource Center on Advancing Emergency Preparedness for Culturally Diverse Communities (the Drexel University School of Public Health, with support from the HHS Office of Minority Health).
Toolkit: Guidance for Integrating Culturally Diverse Communities into Planning for & Responding to Emergencies (PDF, February 2011) (the National Consensus Panel on Emergency Preparedness & Cultural Diversity, with support from the HHS Office of Minority Health).