Get the Guide – Emergency Management

Fireman on the jobWhen first responders and emergency personnel leave the scene of a disaster, survivors often fall prey to scams, misinformation, and/or make ill-informed decisions resulting in serious, long-term implications. 

The Red Guide to Recovery was created to assist the disaster survivor by making available a single source of pertinent recovery information that gives them a powerful helping hand of knowledge.

Book Features for Emergency Management Agencies

The Red Guide to Recovery can be customized to suit the needs of any agency, city, or state in the U.S. and can be used for CERT training, disaster preparedness, business continuity education, personal resiliency, and a wide range of other purposes.

See our Chapter Content Overview to see the list of topics covered in this comprehensive book.

Get The Most Comprehensive Recovery Handbook Available Today

The Red Guide to RecoveryThe Red Guide to Recovery was designed for quick and easy adaptation to meet the specific needs of your agency or community.

If you would like to obtain a bulk quantity of The Red Guide to Recovery for your community, we can help.

Funding for the Guide can be obtained through state, or federal grants, corporate sponsorships, and many other sources.  This allows first responders to provide The Red Guide to Recovery to disaster survivors in a time of need.

Take a look at this highlighted and noted version of FEMA’s National Disaster Recovery Framework to see how seamlessly The Red Guide to Recovery supports effective recovery planning and individual recovery efforts.

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To find out more about the customization process, see our page on how to Bring The Red Guide To Your Community.

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