Hurricane Irene – Get Help Now – Red Cross

Hurricane Irene – Get Help Now

If you are affected by Hurricane Irene this page will show you how to get the help you need. Remember, be sure to follow the instructions of the authorities in your community, and stay tuned to your local media.

For more information on how the Red Cross is helping people affected by Hurricane Irene, please visit our Disaster Online Newsroom.

List Yourself as Safe and Well
If you have been affected by a disaster, this website provides a way for you to register yourself as “safe and well.” From a list of standard messages, you can select those that you want to communicate to your family members, letting them know of your well-being. Read More
Helpful Links
Red Cross Resources

Weather Information

Red Cross Social Media

State/Federal Information

Pets/Preparedness Information

Nursing and Health Related


Information for Pregnant Women – Specific Emergencies
Disaster Information for People With Chronic Conditions and Disabilities
Key Facts About Hurricane Readiness
Coping With a Disaster or Traumatic Event
Prevent Illness After a Disaster
Resources for Preventing Injury After a Disaster
Returning Home After a Disaster: Be Healthy and Safe
Protect Yourself from Animal- and Insect-Related Hazards After a Disaster
Diseases & Conditions
Life Stages & Specific Populations

What Consumers Need to Know About Food and Water Safety During Hurricanes, Power Outages, and Floods
FDA Offers Tips about Medical Devices and Hurricane Disasters
Floods, Hurricanes Power Outages
FDA Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Food, Water, and Medical Supplies

National Shelter System
National Shelter System
Find a Shelter
donate page
Source: Red Cross

Hurricane Irene – mantengase al día

Hurricane Irene became the first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season early Monday morning as it moved offshore of Puerto Rico.

Irene produced widespread tree and power line damage across Puerto Rico. View Photos

Through the day on Monday into Monday evening, Hurricane Irene continued to get better organized. As you can see on our projected path map below, Irene is now forecast to become a major hurricane on Tuesday as it tracks in the direction of the Bahamas on a path towards the East Coast of the U.S. Thursday into the weekend.


Will Tropical Storm Emily Reach the U.S. Coast?

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – August 2, 2011 –

As Tropical Storm Emily approaches the U.S., it is important to remain in contact with family members who live in hurricane-prone areas.

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Experts suggest residents call their relatives to stay updated on their evacuation plans and become one of their emergency contacts should disaster strike. Assisting family members with information that is not readily available to them during a storm can be of immediate value.

“If you have relatives in a nursing home or in a hospital located in an evacuation zone, stay current with the facility’s hurricane protocol,” said Lisa Garcia, national coordinator from Get Ready, America! The National Hurricane Survival Initiative. “It’s important to know how to contact your relatives in these facilities during and after a storm.”

Remember to stay updated with the latest weather reports provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association. For additional information and checklists, be sure to visit

“Get Ready, America!” – The National Hurricane Survival Initiative – now in it’s 16th year, is the nation’s most comprehensive disaster preparedness public education initiative.

Source: WCTV.TV

Hurricane Earl Strengthens to Category 4

Powerful storm shows its power in U.S. Virgin Islands, may hit East Coast next

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