Emergency Preparedness Resources

Do You Have An Emergency Plan?


Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to plan in advance: how you will contact one another; how you will get back together; and what you will do in different situations.

The Family Disaster Plan and Personal Survival Guide was developed by the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services to help families be prepared in the event of a disaster. The Family Disaster Plan is a template and guide that will help you prepare for and survive a disaster.

Family Disaster Plan and Personal Survival Guide (English Version, Downloadable/Printable PDF)

Audio (English) Version – MP3 (16MB)

Audio (English) Version – WAV (176MB)

Plan Familiar de Desastres y Guía de Supervivencia Personal (Spanish)

Plano sa Sakuna ng Pamilya at Personal na Gabay para Manatiling Buhay (Tagalog)

Keá Hoaïch Ñeà Phoøng Naïn Thieân Tai Cho Gia Ñình Vaø Söï Höôùng Daãn Caùch Sinh Toàn Cuûa Caù Nhaân (Vietnamese)

家庭用緊急計画書並びに災害ガイド (Japanese)

家庭灾难计划和个人生存指南 (Chinese)

Childcare providers are a critical resource in the community, especially during a disaster. The quicker childcare providers are able to respond to and recover from a disaster, the faster impacted families can return to home, work, and school. Learn More…

Caregivers fulfill an essential role in the day to day lives of the people under their care, as well as in disaster preparedness. Home care providers can take steps now to ensure the people they care for will have the supplies they need to survive and recover from a disaster. Caregivers should download and assist the person they care for in completing the “Disaster Preparedness Plan for people who may need assistance and their caregivers.

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