Get connected to the right resources during a disaster.
Utah is prone to several disasters including earthquakes, wildfires, winter storms, and house fires. Learn how to prepare for a disaster, access the resources you need after an emergency, and connect to other organizations across Utah.
Be Ready Utah is the state's hub for being prepared in case of an emergency. Check out their website for more information on how to get your family prepared for a disaster.
The American Red Cross of Utah responds to disasters in the area from house fires to widespread flooding. Learn more about preparing for a disaster or being trained to assist in a disaster on their website.
Free, online maps by ESRI help you access and visualize information about specific locations affected by a disaster.
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If you are a 211 service provider who's services, hours, or location has changed due to a recent disaster, please fill out this form to notify our database team.
During a disaster, we need all hands on deck. 211 will train you to connect people affected by an emergency to the resources they need. Read all about how 211 helps during disasters and sign-up to volunteer with us to be at the forefront of disaster response.Sign-Up to Volunteer
The Utah Responds State Volunteer registry is a web-based system developed to facilitate health and medical response through identification, credentialing, and deployment of Utah volunteers. Registration is open to Utah's health and medical professionals, as well as others who live or work in Utah and are willing to assist during a health-related emergency or event. After registering as a volunteer, reach out to the Salt Lake County Medical Reserve Corps at email@example.com for more information.