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|SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EMERGENCY GUIDE, San Diego County, EN ESPANOL
If you are having an emergency DIAL 911 on your telephone.
|CRISIS: A condition of instability or danger as in social, economic, or family affairs leading to a decisive change.
California youth crisis line:
If you or your family or friends are in crisis and you don't know what to do or where to turn, call these numbers immediately for help and guidance.
Medical | Financial | Child Abuse | Suicide | Help | Domestic Violence | Eating & Associated Disorders | Elder Abuse | Panic | HIV-AIDS | Sexually Transmitted Diseases | Teen Hotlines | Parent Hotlines | Rape | Assault | Runaway-Exploited Children | Substance Abuse | Addiction | Drugs-Alcoholism | Spiritual... MORE 24/7 CRISIS NUMBERS BY AREA CITY COUNTY NEIGHBORHOOD
Crisis counseling telephone number:
Military Veteran Crisis Hotline:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
Go to: www.veteranscrisisline.net
Go to: CALIE VETERAN COMMUNITY PORTAL
INSPIRATIONAL Native American Indian Quotations
Hold on to what is good,
Even if it's a handful of earth.
Hold on to what you believe,
Even if it's a tree that stands by itself.
Hold on to what you must do,
Even if it's a long way from here.
Hold on to your life,
Even if it's easier to let go.
Hold on to my hand,
Even if someday I'll be gone away from you.
|EARTHQUAKE - DISASTER:
WHAT SHOULD I DO DURING AN EARTHQUAKE?
HOW TO PREPARE FOR EARTHQUAKE.
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO GUIDE.
AMERICAN RED CROSS in San Diego County
|EVACUATE SAN DIEGO COUNTY:
HOW TO PLAN FOR & EVACUATE SAN DIEGO COUNTY?
Alpine | Boulevard | Campo/Lake Morena | Descanso | Dulzura/Barrett | Fallbrook | Jamul | Potrero/Tecate | Ramona
WHAT SHOULD I DO DURING A TERRORIST ATTACK?: Chemical, Biological, Nuclear.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR A TERRORIST ATTACK.
HOW DO I REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY?
FAMILY FIRSTAID KITS
RATTLESNAKES & SNAKEBITE FAQ
The Southern Pacific rattlesnake is indigenous to Southern California, San Diego — if you or your pet gets bitten by one of these venomous snakes, remain calm and seek immediate medical attention.
San Diego is home to venomous-poisonous spiders like the Brown and Black Widows, Desert Recluse — learn how to identify these dangerous insects and what to do if bitten.
CALIF WILDERNESS SURVIVAL BOOK
SURVIVAL TRAINING CLASSES
|SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS STI-STD:
STD WEB PORTAL
HIV-AIDS | Syphilis | Chlamydia | HPV/genital warts | Herpes | Hepatitis | Facts | Gay-Lesbian | Transgender | Testing | Treatment | Counseling | locate your local clinic
|NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN FAMILY SERVICES:
SOCIAL SERVICES WEB PORTAL
Tribal TANF Service Providers | Tribal Health Care | Tribal Family Counseling Services | Urban & Reservation Clinics
www.sdcounty.ca.gov LOCAL SAN DIEGO COUNTY GUIDE, including WildLand Fire, Earthquake, Tsunami, Evacuation, Pandemic/Influenza, Flooding and Terrorism. Sign up for Reverse 911 calls emergency notifications. Pets, schools, children, business, families, faith-based. How to get involved!
www.ready.gov NATIONAL GUIDE for "Ready America, Ready Business, Ready Kids."
www.fema.gov US GOVERNMENT INFORMATION for "Disaster Information, Plan & Prepare, Recover & Rebuild, Apply for Assistance, About Fema."
www.dhs.gov FEDERAL INFORMATION for Breaking News, Forms, Jobs, Threats, Travel Information, Watch Lists...
FAQ | FIRE | HOSPITALS | LINKS | EVACUATION | PREPAREDNESS | EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
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WHO PRODUCED THIS PAGE?
Ernie C. Salgado Jr.
Reservation: Soboba Indian Reservation
EDITOR: The Indian Reporter www.theindianreporter.com
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RESEARCHED, COMPILED & PRESENTED: G. BALLARD