|Federal Emergency Management Agency
Home page of the agency responsible for coordinating federal disaster preparedness and assistance. Includes extensive public information, such as storm watch, information for kids, updates to disaster news, training availability, and a photo library.
Herman the hermit crab teaches kids how to be prepared for disasters and how they can prevent disaster damage. Kids can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.
Provides a nationwide training program of resident and non-resident courses to enhance U.S. emergency management practices.
FEMA information to help establish and maintain an effective CERT program, and to network with local programs throughout the United States and its territories regarding CERT activities.
Makes federally-backed flood insurance available in communities that agree to adopt and enforce floodplain management ordinances to reduce future flood damage. National flood insurance is available in more than 19,000 communities across the United States and its territories.