to help each other
to pull together
to be a community
After a disaster emergency services are quickly overwhelmed. Your most immediate source of help are the people living around you. Emergency Watch is a neighborhood program to help communities be self-reliant during the first 5-7 days following a disaster. During the hours or days that may pass before first responders can help, residents must rely on themselves and their neighbors for assistance.
Communities who have prepared for disasters are more likely to know what needs to be done and how to do it, which may save a life and reduce the amount of damage you and your neighbors sustain.
Neighborhood Leader Orientation:
- Learn why neighborhood preparedness is so beneficial
Find out how this program could help you, your family, and your neighbors
Learn how to start and operate Emergency Watch in your neighborhood
Attending does not obligate you to start a program
IT TAKES JUST ONE PERSON
to inspire and educate a neighborhood
Be the reason your neighborhood is prepared
REGISTRATION REQUIRED (must have at least 10 registered to conduct the orientation)
For additional information contact Dawn Brantley at 907-343-1407 or email@example.com
Additional information also available online at www.muni.org/oem