Public Health  

Today's threat on public health and the possible use of biologic agents by individuals or groups motivated by political, religious, ecological or other ideological objectives, requires the public to know some basic information and appropriate responses in the event of a health threat.  Be prepared.

 
  Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
State Evacuation Maps
Know how to evacuate from your area in the event of an emergency situations such as chemical spills, ice storms, floods, nuclear related, hurricanes, or other disaster.

State Evacuation Maps

» SE & SW Louisiana Evacuation Guides
  U.S. Dept of Agriculture
  Louisiana's Department of Health & Hospitals
  Louisiana's Office of Public Health
  LSU AgCenter
  FAQ's on Bioterrorism concerns
  Helping children cope with disaster
 
 » Helping Kids Cope With Disasters (PDF)
 » Why Do I Feel Like This (PDF)
  Food preparedness checklist

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Homeland Security Threat Level

Elevated Threat Level - Yellow

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Security & Emergency Preparedness
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