Winter's here, and that means colder temperatures — and possible health dangers. From storm safety to flu preparation, APHA's Get Ready campaign has the info you need to make your winter a safe one.
Download your free 2017 Get Ready Calendar!
Check out all the winning photos of cute baby animals from our contest and print your free 2017 Get Ready calendar!
Watch our music video for tips on packing your stockpile, taking shelter and more. Check out our team in action and get inspired to prepare!
Coloring books are a lot of fun. And they're not just for kids anymore! Adult coloring books — which are designed with grown-ups in mind — are a growing trend.
Check out our new Pepper the Prepper Cat Coloring Book for disaster preparedness lessons and coloring awesomeness!
New: Zika virus fact sheet to download and share
Send one of our free e-cards
Show someone you care about their preparedness. Send one of our free Get Ready e-cards.
Test your knowledge of preparedness with a Get Ready quiz
Test your knowledge of preparedness in one of our new Get Ready quizzes and find out just how ready you are.
Share our new infographics
Every year, thousands of people in the United States die from the flu and even more are hospitalized. Follow these quick, simple and easy steps to keep away the flu!
Check out our great infographics on preparedness and hand-washing, too!
It's almost flu season. Are you ready? Read our new seasonal flu fact sheet for tips on preventing and treating the flu.
And find out why vaccination is the best way to keep you, your family and community safe from getting sick!
There are many items you should have in your emergency preparedness stockpile. In fact, we have a long list of supplies that you should have on our Get Ready stockpiling checklist.
But if you don't have time, room or money to get them all, which items are most essential? Check out our top 10 picks.
Get Ready Parents Page: Information to share
Getting prepared for an emergency isn’t an adults-only activity. Involving kids in your family’s preparedness activities can be key to helping them stay safe and overcome their fears.
Wondering what else is new?
- Read our series on preparedness for pregnant women and families with infants
- Download our fact sheets for people with disabilities.
- Watch our "Let's Get Ready" video.
Check out our free fact sheets!
Listen to our latest podcasts
Our newest podcasts focus on emergency supplies, family communications, immunizations and travel safety. Listen to one of our 40+ podcasts today!
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