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Following Hurricane Katrina, some children were separated from their families for six months.

Don't let this happen to your family. Prepare now so you can leave immediately to a pre-determined safe haven during a natural or manmade catastrophe: hurricane, flood, nuclear accident, terror attack, volcanic eruption, chemical spill, etc.

Being ready to leave at a moment's notice is the most crucial step in preparedness planning. Disasters don't announce their arrival, severity, or duration; they don't wait for your loved ones to reconnect or be ready for them.  You need a plan in place right now—today—that equips you to reconnect with family members following a disaster.

Don't leave this step in the hands of government or the first responders in your area.  Know how to safeguard your family yourself—and reconnect with them—before disaster strikes.

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