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Hurricane Preparedness Week infographic - Help Your Neighbor

Many people rely on their neighbors after a disaster, but there are also many ways you can help your neighbors before a hurricane approaches. Learn about all the different actions your community can take to prepare and recover from the hazards associated with hurricanes

Thumbnail from YouTube video - Hurricane Preparedness Week - Help Your NeighborToday we sit down with Hollie Reina from Hawaii Emergency Management Agency to talk about neighbors helping neighbors:

Preparedness for Individuals with Disabilities, Access, or Functional Needs from Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.

Emergency Preparedness Handbook from Hawaiian Electric - available in English, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Ilocano, and Korean.

Emergency Preparedness Quick Tips and Checklist from Hawaiian Electric - available in English, Chinese, Hawaiian, Ilocano, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog.

Hawaii Hazards Awareness and Resilience Program (HHARP) - The aim of the program is to help communities prepare to be self-reliant during and after natural hazard events, improve their ability to take care of their own needs, and reduce the negative impacts of disasters.  Find points of contact for getting involved.

To help residents prepare in advance of hurricane season, NWS Honolulu will share information on a different topic each day during Hurricane Preparedness Week: