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For more information about disaster preparedness or inquires on presentations, email us at allreadystl@gmail.com


For 24/7 access to local resources, call the United Way 24-hour call line by dialing 2-1-1.  Phone number applies to Illinois as well as Missouri.


For media or informational inquiries about the All Ready program, contact the St. Louis Area Regional Response System (STARRS) at 314-421-4220 or 618-274-2750.


For STLCOAD meetings and training opportunities, call 314-242-1881 or look for us on Facebook.

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  Are You Ready For ANY Emergency?
Are You Ready For An Emergency?
Find out where to go when you need information before, during, and after an emergency.
 
What's In An Emergency Kit?

Pull together the essentials you need to survive for a few hours or a few days.
 
Resources In Your Neighborhood.

Learn more about the types of emergencies we could face in the St. Louis region, and how to prepare.
  Sign TranslationAll Ready STL is an emergency preparedness initiative designed to help the St. Louis region better anticipate and prepare for emergencies through the individual preparedness efforts of residents.  This effort combines resources from emergency preparedness experts around the region and nation in one place to make preparing for emergencies simple.

Emergencies aren't always dramatic, or frightening,  and most people believe they won't experience one. But, have you ever lost power?  Had to move to a safer location during a tornado warning?  Watched flood waters rise?  The fact is that emergencies large and small do happen - even right here in St. Louis - and when people are prepared, the impact can be significantly lessened.
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This site was created in cooperation with the St. Louis Area Regional Response System, and the All Ready Steering Committee which is supported by funding from the United States Department of Homeland Security.