Disaster and Recovery Resources
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Use these disaster planning and recovery resources

catastrophe resources

Natural disasters happen. When they do, Nationwide will be there to help after a catastrophe as you file your claims and start getting your life back on track.

We also work with other organizations and agencies whose main focus is disaster response and helping stricken communities to cope and rebuild.

We’ve listed the links to their websites below, where you can learn how to prepare for a natural disaster, and what to do during and after one.

American Red Cross

The Red Cross offers some excellent materials on disaster planning and recovery.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

FEMA has a wealth of information about preparing for and handling disasters.

Department of Homeland Security 

Learn how to prepare your family for emergencies, both natural and man-made. 

Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety 

The IBHS offers disaster planning tips from the experts on reducing risk.

National Weather Service 

The National Weather Service has forecasts, alerts, radar maps and safety information. 

Your state government's website

Your state's official website may offer area-specific emergency and safety resources.

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