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Source:  USA.gov

Fortunately, you can replace most important personal records. Use these links as a starting point.

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Five videos covering a range of flu topics including:

  • Avoiding Illness at Work and School
  • Social Distancing
  • Home Health Kit
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Taking Temperature

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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A disaster recovery guide to help you and your family recover from a disaster.

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Includes information on:

  • Keeping Safe
  • Repairing Tree Damage
  • Basic First Aid
  • Operating a Portable Generator Safely
  • Clearing Debris
  • Chain Saw Safety
  • Supply List for Returning Home
  • Evaluating and Handling Food and Drinks
  • Removing Odors from Refrigerators and Freezers
  • Hand Washing
  • Disinfecting and Finding Water
  • Living Without Power
  • Assessing Structural Damage
  • Helping Family Members Cope
  • Caring for Pets
  • Caring for Livestock
  • Controlling Mold
  • Controlling Insects
  • Working with the FEMA
  • Homeowner’s Property Insurance
  • Recovering Home Wastewater Treatment Systems
  • Preventing Fraud
  • Obtaining Assistance
  • Reclaiming Flooded Soils
  • Disinfecting Water Wells and Stored Water
  • Salvaging Important Papers, Books, and Photos

 

 

A fact sheet containing contact information and websites to agencies to recover personal documents. This includes credit cards, Social Security cards, passports, and etc.

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This publication points out the warning signs associated with post-disaster stress as well as offers advice on how to manage this type of stress.

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Water is vital, especially after a disaster.   This publication offers advice on how to find hidden water sources in your home along with several different methods on how to purify water.

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Addresses how to stay healthy in the heat and how to help if someone falls ill from heat exposure.   Focuses on children, as well as others at risk, such as the elderly, individuals with illness, overweight individuals, unfit individuals, people who are not acclimatized, and athletes of all ages.

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After an emergency such as a hurricane or flood, it is possible that your water supplies have been temporarily cut off or become contaminated. However, it is still important for you and your family to wash their hands to avoid illness. This fact sheet covers proper techniques on when and how to wash your hand in an emergency situation.

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In an emergency, it can be vital that you know first aid. This publication recommends actions that can be taken for various injuries, emergencies or medical conditions.

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