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American Red Cross 24-Hour Emergency Services

Emergency assistance. Food, shelter, clothing, and mental and health services for disaster victims; worldwide communication links to military personnel regarding immediate family emergencies. International tracing and contact services to those affected by disasters and war. redcross.org/local/michigan/get-help.html

(305) 644-1200 (24 hours)


Ann Arbor Office of Emergency Management

Coordinates all City of Ann Arbor emergency planning for weather-related and other disasters, maintains an emergency operations center, conducts emergency preparedness training and operates a citywide storm/tornado warning siren system. a2gov.org (search for Emergency Operations).

(734) 794-6980


Everbridge Alerts

Washtenaw County residents can register to receive automatic phone messages, texts, or email about evacuations, flooding, severe weather, gas leaks and chemical spills, boil-water advisories, police activity, and other emergencies in the county. Visit washtenaw.org/alerts, then click on "Sign Up." washtenaw.org/1124/sheriff

(734) 794-6980


Traumatic Events Response Network (TERN)

Mental health-related crisis intervention for survivors of natural disasters, accidents, violent crimes, or other traumatic events. washtenaw.org (search for TERN)

Call Washtenaw Metro Dispatch, (734) 994-2911 (24 hours), and request a TERN response


Washtenaw County Emergency Operations Center

Coordinates disaster preparation, response, and public information about dangerous weather, hazardous material response, or any large-scale emergency. Emergency Alert System (EAS) links to all radio and television stations. mi-washtenawcounty.civicplus.com/1756/Emergency-Operations-Center

Emergency: 911. or (734) 973-4900




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