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Sign up to receive alerts from New York City's official source of information about emergencies. 

Learn how you can be best prepared for all types of emergencies.Through this program New Yorkers can learn about the hazards they may face in NYC and prepare for all types of emergencies by writing an emergency plan, choosing a meeting place, gathering supplies for their home, and preparing a Go Bag in case they need to leave their home in a hurry.

CHI Health Information (CHI) is an evidence-based clinical bulletin for health care providers throughout New York City. It is published electronically approximately 10 times each year, bringing timely, practical guidance on important public health topics such as hepatitis C, opioid misuse, and influenza. The interactive electronic format allows readers easy access to our guidelines and resources.

The Advance Warning System is designed to disseminate hazard and emergency information to agencies and organizations that serve people with disabilities or others with access and functional needs throughout New York City.

The HCS is a shared resource for all New York State healthcare providers, public health employees, and partner agencies such as first responders, federal and foreign agencies.

An all-hazards alert and notification web-based portal.

New York State is offering two hour training courses for residents to have the tools and resources to prepare for any type of disaster, respond accordingly and recover as quickly as possible to pre-disaster conditions.

CDC's Health Alert Network (HAN) is CDC's primary method of sharing cleared information about urgent public health incidents with public information officers; federal, state, territorial, and local public health practitioners; clinicians; and public health laboratories.

CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response strengthens national preparedness for public health emergencies including natural, biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear incidents.

Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) provides timely, accurate, and credible information to clinicians related to emergency preparedness and response and emerging public health threats. COCA fosters partnerships with national clinician organizations to strengthen information-sharing networks before, during, and after a public health emergency.

Brought to you by HHS ASPR, the Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange (TRACIE) was created to meet the information and technical assistance needs of regional ASPR staff, healthcare coalitions, healthcare entities, healthcare providers, emergency managers, public health practitioners, and others working in disaster medicine, healthcare system preparedness, and public health emergency preparedness.

The vision of homeland security is to ensure a homeland that is safe, secure, and resilient against terrorism and other hazards.

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