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Be Prepared!

Your Community Can Become a Neighborhood Network Community. Be Prepared for Emergencies!
A sense of community in a neighborhood ties people together but that community becomes even more important during anemergency. Helping neighbors take care of themselves and their families promotes a feeling of well-being and safety. 
Neighborhood Network helps communities to be self-sufficient during an emergency or disaster situation. Communities learn to gather contact information, develop a neighborhood equipment and skill resource list, determine who might need help during an incident and create an action plan to organize neighborhood assistance when it is needed.
For more information about how to start a network in your neighborhood call: Office of Emergency Management (410) 222-0600.
Preparedness Resources / Links
Government Agencies
Special Needs Populations
Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD's)



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Anne Arundel County, Maryland. 44 Calvert Street, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 | Tele: (410) 222-7000