Prepare Colorado is a statewide, multi-year movement to save lives and reduce the impacts of disasters by mobilizing Coloradans to take action to be more prepared for disasters and emergencies. Prepare Colorado involves individuals and families, networks and neighborhoods, businesses and organizations in a whole-community approach to mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
Red Cross experts offer preparedness workshops and presentations ranging from a 1-hour intro to preparedness to intensive trainings in readiness and resiliency. These Red Cross trainings can be tailored to suit audiences including individuals and families, neighborhoods and community groups, schools, youth, seniors, people with disabilities, faith-based organizations, and businesses.
Is your organization prepared? Businesses, schools and local organizations are a vital part of every community – and essential to their community’s ability to remain strong after a disaster or emergency. From a heart attack on site - to a fire that destroys your files - to a major disaster that affects your ability to operate, emergencies can strike anytime, anywhere. Red Cross experts can help you assess your organizational risks, create emergency preparedness plans and deliver training and emergency preparedness drills.
The American Red Cross Pillowcase Project is a free, interactive preparedness program designed for youth ages 8 to 11. The program aims to increase awareness and understanding of natural hazards and teaches safety, emotional coping skills, and personal preparedness.
The Red Cross offers an extensive library of preparedness information, and also partners with numerous local, state and national agencies to promote disaster preparedness and resiliency.