Natural Disaster Preparedness

How to Prepare for Natural Disasters

Nature is a fickle friend. Weather is unpredictable. Let us help you prepare for the worst and sleep a little easier. The following links provide valuable tips on proactive ways to keep you, your family and your things as safe as possible.

Recovering from Disaster

If the unthinkable happens, we understand that your most valuable assets are more than just items on a balance sheet, and we know that getting information is critical during a time of catastrophe. Use links below to get the info you need if you are affected by a natural disaster.

Disaster Resources

In the case of an emergency, the following links provide additional resources to assist with preparing for and recovering from disaster.

  • American Red Cross
    The American Red Cross not only provides disaster relief nationally, but is part of a global humanitarian network, responding to those in need.
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
    FEMA is an independent agency of the federal government, which provides preparedness and response and recovery support to the nation.
  • National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
    NOAA is a federal agency and the primary source of weather data and warnings for the United States.
  • Federal Emergency Assistance FAQ 
    Answers to frequently asked questions about getting assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Small Business Administration and the Farm Service Agency.
  • Do a Home Inventory
    Having a full inventory of your personal belongings will help the claims process go smoother if your possessions are lost, stolen or damaged in a natural disaster.

 

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