$20,000 MRC Grant Awarded
My PET Project: Pets Evacuate Too! In a disaster could you evacuate your home, without your pet? Preparation can prevent your need to answer that question and the Kansas State Animal Response Team can help! KSSART will teach Kansans how to include their pets in disaster preparedness planning and recognize what animal response teams offer pets during disaster response... Read more about this exciting new state education program.
Family Plans Include Pets
Being prepared is the most important thing you can do and remember to include your pet in your plan. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, about 63 percent of all households in the United States have a pet. Click here for family and pet go-kit information.
Disaster Responder Volunteers
Are you giving consideration to becoming a disaster responder volunteer? If you are interested in helping during a disaster please check out the eight CORE training requirements listed on the volunteer page. These courses are necessary to prepare volunteers for working in a disaster area. Click here to learn more about the CORE training requirements.