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Regional Emergency Information

Maine Health Alerts

State Emergency Software Applications:

  • HAN (Maine health Alert network)
  • EM Resource (Statewide Hospital Status-test version)
  • Maine Responds(Maine Emergency Volunteer Registry Portal)
  • EEDB SMRRC Coalition Emergency Equipment Data Base
Our mission:
To protect the health and lives of people in Maine by strengthening the ability of health care agencies and partner organizations in Southern Maine (our Regional Healthcare Coalition) to detect, contain manage and prepare for public health threats, emergencies and disasters.

Maine CDC Emergency Consultation and Disease Reporting Hotline
1-800-821-5821

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Hurricane Katrina Response:katrina
     

Katrina 1 year later:

  1. Legacy of a Disaster: Health Centers and Hurricane Katrina One Year Later (Report by the National Association of Community Health Centers, 2006)
  2. Final Report: Assessing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Persons with Disabilities (Jan.07) full story..

Maine Emergency Management response:

  1. Updates and Guidance for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers in Maine
  2. Convergent Volunteerism
  3. MEMA Report to Governor
  4. Maine Hurricane Katrina Relief Information
  5. Maine Health Alert Network (HAN) Advisory #61: Maine Response to Hurricane Katrina (September 7, 2005)

Hurricane Information:

  1. Frequenty Asked Questions about Hurricane Response (FirstGov)
  2. Hurricane Katrina Relief Information (USA Freedom Corps)
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Hurricane Information - UPDATED REGULARLY
  4. U.S. DHHS Hurricane Information

Want to help?:

  1. Donations: American Red Cross
  2. Host an Individual or family
  3. Volunteering
  4. Fund For Katrina Survivors Who Are Deaf And Hard Of Hearing

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