Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.

Disasters like floods, hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, and earthquakes are a harsh and frequent reality for much of the country. According to a recent survey conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), progress has been made; however fewer than half of Americans have discussed and developed an emergency plan with their household.

It is that time again, September is National Preparedness Month.  We are blessed to live in the heart of Central Utah, and as such we are protected from many of the natural disasters that threaten other parts of the country, however we are not exempt from disaster.

Some of the potential natural disaster threats that we face include earthquakes, fire, and blizzards, however not all disasters are natural.  Man-made disasters can destroy our water supply, and knock out communications.  Some disasters may be within your own family such as injuries in the dessert or mountains, or periods of unemployment where food may become harder to obtain.

Being prepared for yourself and your family can bring you confidence and peace of mind, regardless of what challenges may come your way.  Join us as we discuss how you and your family can be prepared as we share tips and resources throughout the month.  Stay tuned for more posts to this blog, and to social media.