Creating a community preparedness group can be a way to ensure the safety and well-being of your neighborhood or local area during emergencies. In this guide, we will walk you through nine essential steps to successfully organize and launch a community preparedness group.
As the sun sets and darkness falls, a sinister threat emerges: nighttime tornadoes. Unseen and unpredictable, these twisters pose a unique danger, catching many off guard. With reduced visibility, seeking shelter becomes more challenging, increasing the risk of injuries and fatalities. Are you prepared to face the terrifying power of a tornado in the dead of night? Arm yourself with knowledge, strategies, and emergency plans to navigate the treacherous realm of nighttime tornadoes and protect your loved ones from their devastating impact.
If you need knowledge, read a book. If you want to really know something, experience is the best teacher. So when it comes to living out of your car, which is one of the fastest-growing forms of homelessness, the best advice comes from people who have actually done it for more than just a week or two.
The Texas Freeze of 2021 was a wake-up call in my household. As prepared as we thought we were, those days and nights of temperatures in the teens and 20s were something to behold. With the power out and our house getting colder by the minute, we looked around for every way possible to stay warm without power.