Eastbay Paratransit’s Emergency Action Guide Resource Page


 

Welcome to Eastbay Paratransit’s Emergency Action Guide Resource page. The resources listed here will help you and your family to prepare for and during an earthquake, fire, gas leaks, or other disasters. Eastbay Paratransit’s Emergency Action Guide is available by downloadable PDF or in print. Click here to open a large print version

Please call Eastbay Paratransit (510) 287-5000 if you would like the Eastbay Paratransit Emergency Action Guide in Braille, large prints, text only, or other format that Eastbay Paratransit may provide.

 

 

American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross of the Bay Area serves six counties: Alameda County, Contra Costa County, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Marin County and Solano County. The Bay Area’s American Red Cross address is 1663 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 and toll-free number is 1-888-4-HELP-BAY. Email address redcross.org

You can download these FREE Red Cross Mobile Apps through Apple App store, Android or Google Play. Not only can you get the tools and preparedness for an emergency, you can share your ideas as well.

 

 

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)

Here are some video links from FEMA.gov to help you in what to do in an emergency:

 

 

Alameda County and Contra Costa County Emergency (local):

If you live in Alameda County, check out The Alameda County Emergency web site where you can research how to be ready for the next natural disaster. The web address is acgov.org/emergencysite.

If you live in Contra Costa County, go to http://co.contra-costa.ca.us/158/Emergency-Services to get detailed information on emergency operation plans. You can also register to receive alerts on your cell phone, text, or email. Just go to www.cococws.us to subscribe.

 

 

2-1-1

2-1-1 is a free phone number and online database that connects Californians quickly and effectively to existing health and human service programs, joblessness support and disaster response information in their communities. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and in 150 different languages. The goal of 2-1-1 California is to ensure all California residents have access to 2-1-1 through a connected, statewide network.

 

 

Other Resources:

It is important to know what types of emergencies could affect your area. Be prepared. Have a plan together, have emergency contacts available, build an emergency supply kit, be informed and be involved. Here are a few more resources you can use:

 

 

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