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Tools for Planners


Tools for Planners

DPHHS has many partners in Emergency Preparedness. These partners include county and tribal Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP); state, county, and tribal Disaster Emergency Services (DES); all state government agencies; Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD); Hospitals and Clinics; Medical First Responders; the University System of Montana; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); as well as many more organizations and agencies. This page is dedicated to resources for these organizations as well as for Montana's Local Emergency Planning Councils (LEPC) and Tribal Emergency Response Commissions (TERC).

Access and Functional Needs Tools

Montana's Whole Community Profiles

Disaster Shelter Tools

Key Community Emergency Locations Tool
Shelter 2020: Shelter Facility Selection Tool
Shelter Recommendations by Jurisdictional Populations
WebEx - Montana Overview: Shelter & Feeding Operations (Duration: 1 Hour)
WebEx - Shelter 2020: Rebuilding Montana’s Disaster Shelter Capabilities from the Ground Up (Duration: 1 Hour)

Managing Spontaneous Unaffiliated Volunteers Tools

Volunteer Reception Center Toolkit part 1
Volunteer Reception Center Toolkit part 2

Health Emergency Preparedness Information

Family Health Emergency Information Sheet
Emergency Evacuation Health Tips
Air Quality Health Hazards
Flood Cleanup Health Tips
Food & Water Sanitation
Emergency Preparedness for Special Needs

Related Websites

Ready America
CDC Emergency Preparedness
National Hospital Available Beds for Emergencies and Disasters (HAvBED) System
CDC Wildfire Health Threats Fact Sheet
Montana Disaster and Emergency Services
Montana Public Health Laboratory Emergency Preparedness
Montana Department of Environmental Quality
DPHHS Emergency Medical Services

To contact the DPHHS Office of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Training
Phone: (406) 444-0919