8th Sept, 2009, New York: Volunteers are needed to inform the members of the community of the National Preparedness efforts by the Homeland Security and how one can participate. Please call 888-243-1690, if you want to volunteer, in the National Preparedness Month with the Homeland Security.
Message from Homeland Security
“This month, we ask all Americans to visit Ready.gov to learn what they can do to help their families, businesses and communities stay safe during an emergency—whether it be hurricanes like Katrina, the fires we are fighting in California or pandemic influenza.”
Ready.gov includes a link to www.flu.gov: Know What To Do About The Flu
On this website you will find important resources to help your communities prepare for, respond to and recover from pandemic flu.Please check out the following resources that can be displayed and distributed in your community.Cover Your Cough
Display the poster in congregate areas
Buttons and Badges
(Add a button to your website):
Flyers and posters http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/covercough.htm
STOP, Do You Feel Sick?
Let your Web site visitors know how to stop the spread of novel H1N1 flu and where to get more information about novel H1N1 flu.
For the most up-to-date information, visit www.flu.gov.
Answer President Obama’s Call to Serve!
United We Serve at serve.gov
As the US Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control publishes more information, we will send it out to our stakeholders.
US Department of Homeland Security
Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives