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Plan ahead and be prepared before, during, and after severe weather, disasters and emergencies. Be sure to listen to and follow your local news and weather reports as well as social media for important alerts and emergency information in your area. Please stay safe!
Call 1-800-949-4232 to connect with your regional ADA Center.
Spring & Winter Weather Safety & Prep
General Safety, Support & Emergency Shelters
U.S. Federal Resources
FEMA: U.S. Federal Emergency Management
Recursos en español
Southeast U.S Region
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee
North Carolina (NC)
South Carolina (SC)
Resources from the Southeast ADA Center
ADA National Network Resources
Southeast ADA Center
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