Maria - Child Care Aware® of America
Current Status Click the graphic to enlarge ENGLISH SPANISH Situation Reports Previous reports: 9/21/2017 CCAoA Children SitRep 9/27/2017 CCAoA Children SitRep 9/28/2017 CCAoA Children SitRep 9/29/2017 CCAoA Children SitRep Resources on Recovery FEMA CDC Help Kids Cope is a mobile app to assist families cope with hurricanes and flooding. Download the free app today for Appleand Android devices. The app... Read more »
Recovery: Hurricane Harvey - Child Care Aware of America
Child Care of Aware® of America’s Emergency Preparedness Team is providing the resources below to aid the child care providers and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. National and Local Resources Office of Texas Governor – Texas Hurricane Center: https://gov.texas.gov/hurricane Hurricane Harvey Resources – USA.gov National Center for School Crisis & Bereavement – Support in the Aftermath... Read more »
Should I stay or should I go? - Child Care Aware of America
Not only are these catchy song lyrics, these are common questions you may ask yourself following an emergency or disaster event that affects you, your program, neighborhood, or community. Different types of emergencies constitute different reactions – if you smell smoke or hear a fire alarm, evacuate quickly! However, if you learn of a tornado... Read more »
Flooding - Child Care Aware of America
Flooding is one of the leading causes of severe weather related deaths. According to the National Severe Storms Laboratory, floods kill more people each year than tornadoes, hurricanes or lightning. Flooding causes an average of $5 billion a year in damage, making it the most costly severe weather event. To recover from flooding events, follow... Read more »
Mass Shooting and Violence Resources - Child Care Aware of America
List of resources provide guidance for child care providers, parents and others in dealing with the aftermath of mass shootings and other acts of violence.
Help Children Cope with Disaster
Save the Children helps keep children safe in a disaster – including their emotional well-being. These 10 tips can help parents give kids support they need.
CCDBG Moving Forward: Disaster Preparedness
The is the first of a series of monthly webinars to support states with their new CCDBG implementation needs as they prepare to meet the March 1, 2016 deadli...
Fire Prevention Week
Since 1922, Fire Prevention Week (FPW) has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Hurricane Emergency: News, Safety Tips and Relief Response
Learn more about hurricane news, safety tips, and Save the Children's response.
Disaster Relief in America
Save the Children helps children affected by natural disasters in the US. Donate emergency disaster relief for floods, hurricanes, tornados, and wildfires.