Emergency Preparedness Q&A Mini-Series on bookshelf
Add these to your bookshelf. Take along with your on a plane trip. Read them to have more options for when emergencies hit!

It’s a safe bet that by the time you’ve finished even one of these booklets from our Mini-Series – for Your Family and Your Group, you’ll have learned something new.  And the more you read, the more you’ll know about being prepared for emergencies.

Two ways to get the most out of the Mini-Series. Which feels best for you?

Option 1 — On your own. Start with the three or four topics you’re most worried about or interested in. Make a plan to go through your booklets one by one. (One booklet a week works well. They are only about 50 pages long so they are a quick read. ) Be sure to actually write down your answers to the questions at the end of each chapter and make use of the Personal Action Item List on the back page. When you’ve finished the first few books, grab a few more and repeat.

Option 2 – With the support of others:  If you’re looking for a LOT more impact, more fun and better preparedness results, gather a group and go through the whole series together. Take turns leading the discussion; invite guest speakers, encourage show and tell, and get the benefit of everyone’s experience.  Along the way you will develop new friends whom you can support and who will keep you motivated.

We recommend Option 2, by the way.

Build a group and share in its leadership — better results for all!

We lay out a step-by-step approach to using the mini-series as a framework for building a group, sharing its leadership, and guaranteeing better results for every participant.

The guide incorporates classic course design principles along with 20+ years’ experience with preparedness group activities There are plenty of ideas for customizing each get-together, too – whether it’s in person or virtual.  Consider Prepare & Share for your church outreach, club, youth group activity or neighborhood preparedness group training. Sound interesting? Get the booklet, share the concept. Paperback version. Kindle version.

Get the full-page Prepare & Share group activity description here — with more links!

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Each of the booklets in the Mini-Series is available in digital or paperback format. Prices vary. Most booklets are $3.99 to $5.99.

Big- picture  overview of what you’ll want to include as you build your emergency plan. Start your family or group review here.
You could be required to shelter right where you are in a nuclear accident, earthquake, or car crash. What supplies and skills do you need?
How will we keep in touch?” is always at the top of everyone’s list. Here are answers for when your cell phone doesn’t work.
Dealing with the yukky side of emergencies — essential to keeping your family healthy! And you need to deal with it right away.
When someone is injured or suffering, you want to help! Get a better idea of how to manage an emergency until medical professionals arrive.
Yes, everyone recommends them. But off-the-shelf may not be a good idea. Build your own bags for greater security.
This booklet complements others in the series, in particular Evacuate! and Shelter in PlaceRich people don’t need this booklet.
The rest of us do.
If disaster hits when you’re in the car you need to be able to keep that car running. A fast read, perfect for new drivers.
Whether you have a few days or just a few minutes, your planning for evacuation needs to happen before the order comes down!
Millions have been impacted over the past few years. It’s only a matter of time until the next outage hits. Know what to expect.
Second Edition just out! Protect possessions and lives. Insurance may not be what you thought it was. Find out more.
Nearly 70% of American families have pets. How will you save all your fur babies in a disaster? They are counting on you.
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You have many options for storing water when you have plenty of time. FEW options for finding and treating water when your stored water is gone. You need to know them all.
Reacting viscerally to danger can be a mistake. Review ways to avoid danger and legal and ethical considerations of self-defense with lethal weapons.

Each of the mini-series booklets has around 50 pages. They use questions and answers to help you identify your own concerns and best ways to respond. Booklets have extensive resource pages and a custom “Personal Action Item List” as the last page, where you can write down what you want to follow-up on.

The series has been updated for COVID-19.

Have a question? Just let us know and we’ll be happy to talk about the series and how you can get the most out of it. We can even customize a book or a collection of the books for your family or group, for download.

Virginia and Joe
Your Emergency Plan Guide team