The Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country handbook is a new detailed resource that provides information about the threat posed by earthquakes in Utah, particularly along the Wasatch Front, and explains how you can prepare for, survive, and recover from these inevitable events. So, for February and March the Stake has asked us to put together a list of resources and skills from the people in our neighborhood so they know what people would be willing to share with the community and neighborhood in the event of an emergency.
Click on the image below to view the resource list and be thinking of the skills and things you’d be willing to share with the neighborhood.
Download & just Print the files, then fill them out by hand, glue pictures and make copies. Here’s the file for the contents of the 72 hour Kits which were purchased through the church.
Choose an out-of-state friend or relative whom family members can call after the quake to report your condition. Set up a Personal Support network – Designate someone to check on you in an emergency and to help with evacuation or sheltering-in-place.
Personal Care Assistance – If you receive assistance from a home healthcare agency or in-home support provider, find out how the provider will respond in an emergency. For Persons using a wheelchair: Plan for how you will evacuate in an emergency and discuss it with your care providers. For Persons who are Blind or Visually Impaired: Keep an extra collapsible cane by your bed. For Persons who are Hearing Impaired: Keep extra batteries for your hearing aids with emergency supplies. University of Minnesota Extension, North Dakota State University Extension Service, and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – Assess your financial situation and start to make plans for long-term recovery.


University of Minnesota Extension and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – Easy-to-use checklists for things to do before and after you can enter your property.
University of Minnesota Extension and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – Discusses the importance of communication and gives simple strategies for documenting your communications. University of Minnesota Extension, North Dakota State University Extension Service, and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – Describes five steps that should be followed before clean-up and tools for documenting loss and replacing important papers. This Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit discusses strategies and provides tools that can help you move along the road towards financial recovery. This toolkit is a joint project of University of Minnesota Extension and North Dakota State University Extension Service. Is the solution feature located within a retention pond (stormwater basin), road, or other common areas?
Do you want to be contacted for further assistance or to find out how the issue was resolved? This conference will be held Friday, March 27, 2009, and will combine aspects from both of these conferences. Your block captains will be going around and compiling the list while they also deliver the Neighborhood Emergency Plans. You must use the information which is freely provided in assessing the needs of your family. We have tried to make it easy for everyone and self explanatory, but we understand it’s a lot of information to take in. You’ll need a copy of this with your kits to make sure you know what you have and what you still need to get.


Consider storing your hearing aids in a container attached to your nightstand or bedpost, so you can locate them quickly after a disaster. If you or a loved one has been affected by a natural disaster, it's important to know that financial recovery takes time and can be a complex process.
The tools provided in this toolkit are designed to help families make decisions that are best for their family. It will feature inspirational and academic speakers who will present ways to strengthen families, teaching parents how to raise a righteous posterity and help prevent the problems that often arise in modern family life. If you are not familiar with how to do this we suggest method 1, 2 or 3.) Click the images below to view larger images or to save them onto your computer.
You can use your favorite image editing program to edit the JPG files provided above or use Adobe Acrobat Professional to insert more pages or remove some if needed into or out of, the PDF file. Exercise caution when moving around after an earthquake; items may fall and block paths that are normally unobstructed. This toolkit is designed so that those financially impacted by a disaster can utilize the individual units or use the entire toolkit as their situation requires.
There will also be experts in the fields of therapy, counseling, and family issues giving specific hands-on information and hope to families who are struggling or dealing with real and often tragic problems attacking our society, families, and individuals today.
Please keep in mind, that because we do provide you with free PDF downloads of all of the files we create, we do not send out original files.



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Comments

  1. Refraktor
    Spann Nov 16th 2012 - Faith the acquisition of a wealth of outdoor capabilities helped me out alot, Thanks, Logan.
  2. TIMON
    Promptly went back to playing video games.
  3. Ayka18
    Scrooge, prior to he was visited analyzer expense the only drawback we discovered with the Emergency Essentials lamp.