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Community Resources:

1. Check out the “Plan and Prepare” section for information on how to prepare for and respond to an emergency. This site also provides information for those with special needs.

NJ Office of Emergency Management
www.ready.nj.gov

2. Find a variety of articles, information and services related to homeland security and specific to New Jersey.

US Department of Homeland Security
www.dhs.gov

NJ Department of Homeland Security
www.njhomelandsecurity.gov

3. Here you will find links to resources and information that will provide vital assistance in the event of a disaster. Topics covered range from preparedness to recovery.

Federal Emergency Management Agency
www.fema.gov

4. Here you will find information to help you prepare and respond to an emergency.

The American Red Cross
www.redcross.org

5. Here you can find up-to-date influenza information, emergency and / or health topics, as well as having use of an alphabetical search tool to look up various illnesses and conditions.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
www.cdc.gov

6. This is the official government website that draws information from various federal agencies to give you current information on influenza.

US Government Official Flu Site
www.flu.gov

7. Here you can find access to a tremendous amount of health information and resource information. Also, look under the local and community health section to find health departments, stay up-to-date with public health alerts and advisories. Find out the latest on influenza and where to get a flu vaccine.

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
www.state.nj.us/health

8. Here you can find information on topics related to health, financial assistance, abuse, teenage violence and many others.

US Department of Health and Human Services
www.hhs.gov

9. Here you can find information and resources specific to those with disabilities including disaster preparedness, health initiatives, resources, etc.

US Department of Health and Human Services Office on Disabilities
www.hhs.gov/od

10. The American Heart Association believes its mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. That single purpose drives all they do. Find out more about heart disease, stroke and healthy living.

American Heart Association
www.americanheart.org

11. The National Institute On Aging is a site where you can get free literature, information on clinical trials and search for health care organizations in your area.

National Institute On Aging
www.nia.nih.gov