County of Marin Health and Human Services

Public Health Preparedness

Sistema de alerta de emergencias - Alert Marin

Registrarse para el servicio de notificacion de emergencias de Alerta Marin. Este sistema se utiliza para alertar al publico de posibles situaciones de emergencia como tomar refugio en lugar por si hay un derrame de materiales peligrosos o una evacuacion por un incendio forestal. https://tinyurl.com/y4r8gwbn

Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Preparedness Information

This summer PG&E is taking action to reduce the fire danger by shutting off power during high risk weather events. Power could be out for several days following this event. Please see the information about Preparing for Extended Power Outages at https://www.marinhhs.org/preparing-extended-power-outages

Program Overview

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The Marin County Health and Human Services (HHS) Public Health Preparedness (PHP) Program is responsible for the administration of the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP), Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP), and Pandemic Influenza grants.

The PHP program leads the medical and health planning efforts for emergency response to disasters that impact the health of our community. PHP works with many different stakeholder groups, including healthcare facilities, community-based organizations, law enforcement, fire personnel, city and town governments, other programs within HHS and many more to ensure a coordinated and effective response for the whole community.

Resources

Being prepared for any emergency will help reduce the burden on our healthcare system when a disaster strikes. Ready Marin has resources for building a variety of emergency kits for individuals and families, provides information on the Community Emergency Response (or CERT) teams, and lists classes and other resources to help you get and stay prepared. See volunteer information for specific information about CERT, American Red Cross, and Marin Medical Reserve Corps.

Resources for Vulnerable Populations:

General Resources: