Emergency and Disaster Resource Page

Welcome to Our Emergency and Disaster Resource Page

In the face of unforeseen emergencies and natural disasters, swift and informed action can make all the difference. Our Foundation is dedicated to providing an on-line resource hub to aid in preparation, response, and recovery, before and during times of crisis. From natural disasters like floods, earthquakes, and wildfires to unforeseen emergencies that demand immediate attention, this page is designed to be a source for information and guidance.

Below you’ll find links to resources and step-by-step guides to help prepare for an emergency or disaster:

• American Red Cross
Organizations and Workplace Resources
Ready Rating
Find Open Shelters

• AmeriCorps VISTA
Disaster Preparedness Toolkit

• The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Disaster Preparedness Resources Guide for Child Welfare Agencies

• The Arc
Crisis and Disaster Planning: A Standards for Excellence Educational Resource Bulletin

• Balboa Art Conservation Center
Oregon Guide to Emergency Preparedness Resources

• Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Toolkits & Tips, Lessons Learned, & Resources Guide

• Council on Foundations
Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Plan Version 1.1

• Environmental Protection Agency – Asbestos
Asbestos | US EPA

• Federal Emergency Management Agency
National Response Framework, Fourth Edition
Emergency Preparedness Resources for Businesses
Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA Grants
Links and Resources

• National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Responders and Community Resilience

• Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)
The Online Disaster-Planning Tool for Cultural and Civic Institutions

• Oregon Community Organizations Active in Disaster
Oregon Community Organizations Active in Disaster
Supporting Resilient Communities

• Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
TripCheck

• Oregon Nonprofit Disaster Preparedness Report
Oregon Nonprofit Disaster Preparedness Report

• Oregon Smoke Information
Oregon Smoke Information

Oregon Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
Oregon Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

• OregonLive
How to Opt-in to Emergency Text Alerts

• READY
Plan Ahead for Disasters

• Safe & Ready Nonprofits
Safe & Ready Nonprofits 

• State of Oregon
Oregon Wildfire Response & Recovery Website

• Ude, Susan
Disaster Preparedness and Recovery for Community Development Organizations

• United Way of the Columbia
Oregon Wildfire & Heat Safety Resources

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Disaster Recovery Homelessness Toolkit: Sample Plans and Guidance Documents

• US Department of Agriculture
Rural Development Disaster Assistance
Disaster Resiliency and Recovery Resources Guide

• Wildfire Recovery Support
Oregon Community Rebuilding Fund

• With the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, TechSoup
The Resilient Organization: A Guide to IT Disaster Planning and Recovery

• 211 Info
211Info

At the Reser Family Foundation, we believe in the strength of communities coming together in times of need. This resource page supports our commitment to supporting our neighbors before, during, and after emergencies and disasters. Together, we can build resilience and foster preparedness.

Stay Safe!

The Reser Family Foundation