Learn to Be Prepared For Disasters
: Survivor Day
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    Attend at a location near you:

Is nature sending Virginia a message?
The ground beneath us trembles.
Our streets disappear under water.

It seems the message is this: Be Prepared. On , join public safety partners from across the Central Virginia region in Survivor Day ...an event where you and your family can learn how to live safely through natural disasters and other emergencies. Do you know what you need to survive at home without power for at least 72 hours? Or what to take with you if you had to leave in a hurry? Emergency and Community Response professionals will show you how to prepare for these threatening situations. Plus, they'll arm you with a free Survivor Starter Kit.
You will learn about:
  • Food & Water Safety
  • Household Safety
  • First Aid & Hygiene
  • Planning & Documents
  • Fraud/Home Security/Identity Protection
  • Basic Active Shooter Awareness

Listen to radio interview.

It happens at multiple Central Virginia locations. Presented by the Central Virginia Emergency Management Alliance.

Survivor Day
FREE Survival Kit Bag
loaded with valuable tools.
One bag per household; must complete training.

Program runs from 9:00 am. until noon.
Check-in starts at 8:00 am.

This presentation is not suitable for small children.
The recommended lower age limit for attendees is 12 years.

For more information, contact:
    Katie Moody, Regional EM Coordinator
    Richmond Regional Planning District Commission
    phone: (804) 323-2033
    email: kmoody@richmondregional.org

Individuals with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations should contact Katie Moody, Regional EM Management Coordinator at the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission at 804-323-2033 or email at kmoody@richmondregional.org at least 10 business days prior to the event. Every effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations.

Central Virginia Emergency Management Alliance
Presented by the Central VA Emergency Management Alliance with funding from the US Department of Homeland Security. Points of view or opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of FEMA's Grant Program Directorate.