Ohio's Call to Action
Temperatures are heating up across Ohio. The State of Ohio (Ohio Emergency Management Agency, Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Aging) in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), are asking each and every person to take action, get in touch with friends, family and loved ones, and help spread the word about how to stay safe during storms and power outages.
The CHECK ON YOUR NEIGHBOR campaign is a call to action to share life-saving information along with valuable resources pertinent to Ohioans.
Reach out and make sure those around you – neighbors, family, church members or customers of your business – have the tools they need to stay healthy and be safe.
The Check on Your Neighbor toolkit has information for you to post, distribute and communicate to your family, friends, customers and neighbors.
Print a flyer.
Review questions to ask your neighbor.
Safety tips for food and generators when the power goes out.
Talk. Share. Distribute.