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Free Publications

You can order printed copies of materials related to individual and community preparedness through the FEMA warehouse using our online ordering tool

Downloading Publications

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has made files for the Ready Campaign's publications available to the public to download at no cost. As a result, organizations can reproduce these materials to help expand the reach with this critical information.

Reprint Terms of Use

In reproducing the publication, you agree to the following:

  • The content, photos, graphics and figures will not be altered in any way.
  • The materials should not be used or displayed in any manner as to imply that the Federal Emergency Management Agency or the U.S. Government endorses your company's products or services.

Brochures for Individuals and Families

Family Emergency Plan

A form intended to help families document information necessary after an emergency.

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Family Communication Plan in English, Español or Additional Languages

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Family Communication Plan Fillable Card in English or

Additional Languages

Emergency Supply List

A comprehensive list of suggested materials to use in order to prepare for emergencies in one's home and for their families.

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Emergency Supply List in English or Español

General Preparedness

A comprehensive brochure explaining the key steps to emergency preparedness, including: being informed, making a plan, building a kit, and getting involved.

12 Ways to Prepare

This 9” x 6” cardstock postcard describes 12 key ways that you can prepare for disasters. Just add a USPS mailing sticker to the back to send to community members.

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12 Ways to Prepare in English or Additional Languages

Pet Owners

A unique brochure containing information for pet owners and suggestions for proactive pet emergency preparedness.

Are You Ready? Guide

This comprehensive guide provides detailed information on how best to prepare for disasters within families and communities. Learn general disaster preparedness tips and best practices to inform your planning.

Commuter Emergency Plan

Have a plan for traveling between work and home, and other commonly visited locations, in case of an emergency. This is a full-color, one-sided sheet.

Insurance Discussion Coverage Form

Inadequate insurance coverage can lead to a major financial loss if your business is damaged, or operations are interrupted for a period of time.

Program Coordinator Committee Worksheet

Key employees should be organized as a program committee that will assist in the development, implementation and maintenance of the preparedness program.

Risk Assessment Table

Consider the different types of disasters that could impact your company and the likelihood that they might occur.

Ready Kids Publications

Family Communication Plan for Kids

Family communication plan template designed for kids to organize emergency contact phone numbers and identify an emergency meeting place.

Materials for Educators

Emergency preparedness curriculum for grades 1-12 that teach kids what to do before, during, and after an emergency while fostering critical 21st-century skills such as problem solving, teamwork, creativity, leadership, and communication.

Last Updated: 10/27/2021