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PHE.gov: Your One Stop Shop for Health and Safety Information in an Emergency. Elizabeth Jarrett Program Analyst, Division of Communications Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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PHE.gov: Your One Stop Shop for Health and Safety Information in an Emergency

Elizabeth Jarrett

Program Analyst, Division of Communications

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

people have questions on staying safe and healthy
People Have Questions on Staying Safe and Healthy

How far from my house should the generator be?

Can I eat that?

How can I help?

How do I explain this to my kids?

Can I still use this insulin?

How do I get rid of all this mold?

leading the public health and medical response to disasters
Leading the Public Health and Medical Response to Disasters
  • ASPR leads the country in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from the adverse health effects of emergencies and disasters.
  • Work with our partners to get information that people, including our most vulnerable populations, need to stay safe and healthy.
  • Encourage people to join the public health response through the Emergency System for the Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals and the National Disaster Medical Service
development and distribution of high quality content during hurricane sandy
Development and Distribution of High Quality Content during Hurricane Sandy
  • Mental and Behavioral Health
    • Disaster Distress Hotline
    • Helping Children Cope
    • Coping Resources for Individuals
    • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Warning Signs
    • Responder Mental Health
  • Promoting Service Organizations
    • ESAR VHP
    • MRC
    • NDMS
  • Recognize Accomplishments
    • Situation Reports
    • NVRT Animal Shelter
    • DMAT Responders in Hospitals
    • USPHS Responders in Nursing Home
    • Federal Medical Station
    • Mental Health Responders
    • Ambulance Contract
    • Responders from across the U.S.
    • Specialists from ACF
    • MRC and ESAR-VHP
  • Recovery Information
    • Disaster Assistance
    • State Resources
  • Assistance Programs
  • Emergency Prescription Assistance Program
  • Public Health Emergency Declarations &1135 Waivers
  • Child Care
  • Head Start
  • Child Care Facilities in NY & NJ
  • Preparing for the Next Disaster
    • Ask a DMAT Commander Preparedness Video
    • Have a kit. Make a plan. Stay Informed.
    • Have your records accessible
    • Including kids in preparedness planning
    • Planning for the needs of pets
    • Evacuation routes
  • And more!
  • Health and Safety
    • Preventing Mold Growth
    • Staying Warm
    • Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
    • Preventing Infection
    • Hazards from Unsafe Buildings
    • Check on Neighbors
    • Food Safety
    • Pet Safety
    • Electrical Safety/Downed Power Lines
    • Power Outages
    • Water Damage
    • Responder Health and Safety
    • Safe Use of Medicines
    • Fire Prevention
    • Cleanup and Sanitation
    • Safety around Floodwaters (incl. keeping children safe)
    • Shelters & Warming Centers
    • Safe and Well
    • Information for People with Chronic Conditions
contact information
Contact Information

Elizabeth Jarrett

Elizabeth.Jarrett@HHS.gov