Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response works hard to provide information and tools to better prepare ACF programs and the individuals, families and communities served by them.
How does a single father have enough time to discuss emergency preparedness with his two sons?
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month.
Living life paycheck to paycheck, emergency preparedness was the least of Amy Grissom's worries. But prepared families recover much faster than unprepared ones.
A major disaster during National Preparedness Month provides a stern reminder to be prepared.
You have a plan to pick up your kids from soccer practice, but what if the plan is derailed by disaster – do you have a plan for that?
As you prepare for the school year begins, you should also ask yourself, is your family ready if the unexpected occurs?
World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated the first week of August. ACF employee and new mom LT. Tala Hooban shares her experience and resources.
Oklahomans begin long recovery process after more than 3,400 structures were damaged or destroyed as a result of May's tornadoes.
Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response, the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Transgender Equality host a webinar on helping LGBT individuals and families during an emergency response.
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