Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Response

Overview

The Capital Area Public Health Network (CAPHN) provides leadership and coordination to improve the readiness of partners to mount an effective response to public health emergencies and threats. The Public Health Emergency Preparedness initiative of CAPHN includes the maintenance of a regional annex, which includes plans for response to and recovery from public health emergencies that impact communities in the region. CAPHN also works with local Emergency Management Directors to strengthen and develop regional sheltering plans to respond to the needs of the communities during events.

       

Resources

What to do before, during and after a winter storm

Preparedness and You! emergency.cdc.gov/preparedness/

Are You Prepared? Poster

Emergency Readiness for People with Disabilities

Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Special Needs


Training Opportunities

  New Hampshire Emergency Management Courses
  CDC Emergency Preparedness & Response Training and Education

For more information about the Public Health Emergency Preparedness work of CAPHN, please contact Mary Reed at mary@capitalareaphn.org or (603) 224-2595 x232.