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Map Your Neighborhood Train the Facilitator Session

American Red Cross Los Angeles Region, Torrance Office of Emergency Services and County of Los Angeles Office of Emergency Management

Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)

Map Your Neighborhood Train the Facilitator Session

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Neighbors who work together as a team to prepare for disasters save lives, reduce the severity of injuries and trauma, and reduce property damage. In addition, working together as a team and contributing as an individual develops stronger communities and improves the quality of life in the community.

Join us to learn more about what to do after you’ve prepared your home and family for a disaster. Odds are, in a major event, you and those closest to you will be the first responders. Map Your Neighborhood is a program designed to help neighborhoods prepare for disasters.

This meeting is intended to train ordinary residents interested in bringing the Map Your Neighborhood Program back to their communities and hosting a session themselves. Those interested in becoming facilitators or just learning more should attend.

We have a limited number of seats available for this location. Please RSVP early to secure a spot.

Driving Directions: Coming from the 405 – (north or south) please exit Santa Monica Blvd.

 If coming from North:

  1. exit Santa Monica Blvd and turn Right onto Santa Monica Blvd
  2. Take your first RIGHT onto Sawtelle Blvd
  3. Follow Sawtelle and drive through the next signal (OHIO Avenue) heading through the black gates and entering the Veteran’s Affairs Campus
  4. You will see construction on your left and a building on your right as you pull up to your first STOP SIGN
  5. Turn LEFT at the stop sign and as you drive up the road you will see the Red Cross building on your left hand side, pull into the parking lot and enter the front doors. There is a reception area.

 

If coming from South:

  1. exit Santa Monica Blvd and turn LEFT onto Santa Monica Blvd (there are many lanes as you get off the freeway – it’s easiest if you stay in the second lane from the LEFT)
  2. Take your first RIGHT onto Sawtelle Blvd
  3. Follow Sawtelle and drive through the next signal (OHIO Avenue) heading through the black gates and entering the Veteran’s Affairs Campus
  4. You will see construction on your left and a building on your right as you pull up to your first STOP SIGN
  5. Turn LEFT at the stop sign and as you drive up the road you will see the Red Cross building on your left hand side, pull into the parking lot and enter the front doors. There is a reception area.

When & Where


American Red Cross WestLA Chapter
11355 Ohio Avenue
Located on the Veteran's Affairs grounds
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)


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American Red Cross Los Angeles Region, Torrance Office of Emergency Services and County of Los Angeles Office of Emergency Management

The American Red Cross Los Angeles Region serves nearly 10 million people in 88 cities within Los Angeles County. We also serve Inyo and Mono Counties and the eastern third of Kern County. We are dedicated to helping victims of disaster and providing programs and services that help our community prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

The L.A. Region – part of a nationwide network of locally supported chapters - is comprised of the following six Red Cross chapters: Antelope Valley, Glendale-Crescenta Valley, Greater Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Pomona Valley and Santa Monica.

Torrance Office of Emergency Services

Emergency Services, in coordination, conjunction and collaboration with all city departments will maximize the City's potential to prevent against, prepare for, respond to and recover from both natural and man-made emergencies and disasters.

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) was established by Chapter 2.68 of the County Code with responsibility for organizing and directing the preparedness efforts of the Emergency Management Organization of Los Angeles County. OEM is the day-to-day Los Angeles County Operational Area coordinator for the entire geographic area of the county.

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