Building a “lupus kit” now can save a lot of worry and time when a disaster strikes.
Every year it's important for residents to know if they live an evacuation zone, a low-lying, flood prone area, a mobile home or an unsafe structure during hurricane season.
These areas and buildings are most likely to be evacuated and knowing these zones helps Floridians prepare to evacuate and better understand orders from local officials.
Fill out this calculator that will help you calculate exactly what you need to be self-sufficient for five days after a storm.
Rx Open helps patients find nearby open pharmacies in areas impacted by a disaster. Combining multiple data feeds from the pharmaceutical industry, Rx Open displays the precise location on Google Maps of open pharmacies, closed pharmacies, and those whose status is unknown.
Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.
Florida Emergency Disaster Relief Resources:
Find a list of updated resources for those impacted by Hurricane Ian.
It is important for every Floridian, especially citizens with disabilities and other special needs, to plan ahead for an emergency situation and know what to do in the event of an emergency.
Red Cross provides emergency aid when you need it most, and also advice and assistance to help you recover from a disaster or become better prepared to face one in the future.
Toll-free from anywhere in the US, our licensed Florida public adjusters are a phone call away. When you have a property damage claim & you want to recover every penny you are entitled to, call for a stress-free claim experience.
The American Red Cross Disaster Assistance program handles helping disaster victims on a case by case basis.
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is the agency of the US government that is in charge of with Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery planning. FEMA.
The Florida state emergency operations center gives up to date reports on emergency conditions across Florida.
The Florida Department of Financial Services consumer hotline is in place to help Floridians with insurance-related issues.
The Florida division of emergency management works to ensure that Florida's emergency resources are prepared to respond to emergencies. In addition, the Florida division of emergency management maintains resources that assist in catastrophe recovery and impact mitigation.
Managed by the Florida Department of financial services, the Florida hurricane helpline is in place to help Floridians when hurricanes strike.
TDD* 1-800-427-5593. The national flood insurance program is managed by Fema. Call for all info related to the national flood insurance program.
Poison Control is available to help when an individual consumes toxic substances. Poison Control will give you information on how to treat or stabilize poisoning victims.
Please report all power outages to Florida Power and Light immediately. Florida Power and Light has crews working around the clock to restore your power.
Do you see a business taking advantage of the public immediately before or after a hurricane hits? Report them to the state immediately by calling the price gouging hotline. Price gouging is not only immoral- price gouging is illegal.
The Division of Consumer Services stands ready to assist consumers by offering direct access to insurance experts who can answer the many insurance-related questions that will follow in the wake of a storm as well as information and resources.