Emergency Information and shelter and food information can be found online at: http://31stffheadquarters-csm.weebly.com/
Or by emailing the State Commander Colonel Hunt at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are in need of prior service and other volunteers
Construction details, search and rescue, mess staff, Security details, etc
To Offer assistance contact 31st Field Force Headquarters 714-759-7289
The Dam Breach could affect up to 1 million evacuees, please prepare for living in the wet rainy mountains for up to several months. Bring radios, Cast Iron cookware. Tents, shelters, Camping gear, warm and dry clothes, 72 hours food and water or more per person, extra blankets Fire starting supplies, pocket knife, personal defense weapons, ammo. Comfort items for the kids. Snacks for them, etc.
The severity of this Crisis can be lessened if we all do a little bit to help ourselves and each other. The Shelters will quickly run out of food and dry warm clothing will be in short supply. Prepare and Organize your area. Sanitation and mitigation of flies are a priority to minimize the spread of bacteria and diseases.
Do not bring vicious animals with you, they will only make a bad situation much worse. www.citizensactionnetworks.com