Missourians rely on people of faith for help and advice, even more so in times of trouble. Ready in 3 can help protect your community, your congregation, your friends and family when an emergency does occur. Working within Missouri’s houses of worship, families, neighborhoods, and communities, can all be better prepared for an emergency.
The Family Safety Guide provides detailed information on the three steps in preparing at home, in the car, and on the job for emergency situations. The guide is available in print in English, Spanish, Bosnian and Braille and electronically in Romanian and Russian. Order your Family Safety Guide here!
The Family Plan, available in English, Spanish, Bosnian, Romanian and Russian, outlines the items that should be included in your emergency plan.
A newsletter article (long version) focuses on emergency preparedness and can be placed in newsletters, bulletins, or on web sites.
A newsletter article (short version) focuses on emergency preparedness and can be placed in newsletters, bulletins, or on web sites.
A poster directs people where to go for more information on preparing for emergencies and can be displayed on a community bulletin board.
Youth activities, separated by age group, that organizations can use to help children learn about preparing for emergencies. Activities are available for elementary, middle school, and high school age children.
A video board display, available in PowerPoint and PDF for exhibits and demonstrations that direct people where to go for information. It can be displayed before or after church services or during events.
Messages to help faith leaders discuss emergency preparedness with their congregations.