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Sandusky, MI 48471
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The Sanilac County Health Department Emergency Preparedness Program plays a critical role in protecting the health and safety of Sanilac County residents.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM
The tragic events of September 11, 2011, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the spread of influenza have all demonstrated the need to have plans and resources ready for responding to an act of terrorism, disease, or a natural disaster.
The Sanilac County Health Department Emergency Preparedness Program plays a critical role in protecting the health and safety of Sanilac County residents by working with county emergency management, law enforcement, fire departments, hospitals, and schools, as well as regional, state, and federal agencies to develop and implement plans and resources for responding to large scale emergencies.
You can also do your part by making plans and keeping a basic kit in your home or vehicle that will provide food, water, and medicine to sustain you and your family through the first few days of a disaster until further help arrives.
Additional information on how you and your family can be prepared and tips for creating your kit can be found in the following links:
Advice from the Red Cross
And don't forget about your PETS
You can also volunteer to help! Check out the:
For the most up-to-date information on how you can be prepared visit our Facebook page
or contact us directly at 810-648-4098
Make a Plan
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The Sanilac County Health Department uses this page to provide emergency preparedness information for the residents of Sanilac County, Michigan, and promote self-sufficiency, community resilience, and volunteerism. It takes 72 hours or more for outside resources to arrive in the event of a large-scale disaster. Taking steps now will help our residents be prepared to help themselves and each other.