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Everyone should prepare for emergencies.  Not sure where to start?  This short 2-minute video created by FEMA and the Ready Campaign and Ad Council showing people with disabilities taking charge to prepare themselves and their families for emergencies may help. The Public Service Announcement emphasizes the Ready Campaign's four building blocks of preparedness - Be Informed, Make a Plan, Build a Kit and Get Involved. This video is available with open caption and a certified deaf interpreter (CDI).  Click the "full screen" icon in the lower right of the screen, or click the link below to go to YouTube to watch the video.
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June 2015 Heat NewsletterYour Best Defense Against the Heat is to stay Cool and Hydrated. 
In 2012, an historic heat wave engulfed the Midwest, beginning at the end of June continuing through the July 4th holiday. The heat wave was responsible for 18 deaths in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.  We are all vulnerable to the impacts of extreme heat.  Do you know what to do and how to prepare?
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Remembering the Good Friday TornadosRemembering the Good Friday Tornados: Advance Warning Saves Lives! 
On the evening of Good Friday, April 22, 2011, the St. Louis Area could have been devastated. Two tornadic super cells crossed into the Region and spawned a tornado that quickly reached a maximum intensity of EF4 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. This tornado is the most powerful storm to impact the Region since 1967. Entire neighborhoods were leveled. Planes were moved around like pieces on a chess board. However, no deaths or even serious injuries occurred.
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    Are You Ready For ANY Emergency?
Are You Ready For An Emergency?
Find out where to go when you need information before, during, and after an emergency.
    What's In An Emergency Kit?
Pull together the essentials you need to survive for a few hours or a few days.
    Resources In Your Neighborhood.
Learn more about the types of emergencies we could face in the St. Louis region, and how to prepare.
You can be ready for almost anything.

You may not know when or how an emergency will strike, but it's still possible to feel confident and prepared for a wide variety of circumstances by following the three simple steps of emergency preparedness.

Take a look around our website. We believe you'll find just the tools and information you need to protect what's important in your life and find the peace of mind in knowing you're "All Ready."
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This site was created in cooperation with the St. Louis Area Regional Response System, and the All Ready Steering Committee which is supported by funding from the United States Department of Homeland Security.