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    Are You Prepared?

    by Ngozi Osuagwu, MD | September 3rd, 2017

    Are You Prepared?

    September is National Preparedness Month and with what has happened in Houston, we should all pause and ask ourselves how prepared are we for a disaster. The theme for 2017 is “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead, You Can”.  There are tools available to get us prepared.

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has an app (FEMA) that you can download that provides helpful information. FEMA has a READY campaign that asks each of us to do three things:

    • Get an emergency supply kit (click here to build a kit)
    • Make a family emergency plan
    • Be informed about the different types of emergencies that can occur and their appropriate responses.

    As we prepare, plan and stay informed, may we pray for our sisters and brothers in Houston as well as the surrounding areas that have been affected by the storm. To get more information on getting preparede, please click here.


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