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The Modoc County Health Department's Emergency Preparedness Program focuses on identification of potential risks and measures to minimize risks, identifying resources, development of response plans, and supplies education for communities, organizations, and individuals. The Modoc County Public Health Department is also responsible for implementing the Modoc County Hospital Preparedness Program and Pandemic Flu grants through state allocated funds.

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Healthcare Preparedness Coalition
The Modoc County Healthcare Coalition (MCHCC) is a collaborative network of healthcare organizations and their respective public and private sector response partners, working together to strengthen emergency preparedness, response and recovery. The MCHCC meets bimonthly on the first Wednesday at 10:00AM.

For questions, comments or concerns please contact Chris Swasey, Modoc County Health Services Emergency Preparedness Coordinator,

Current Monthly Meeting Agenda:
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Meeting Attachments:
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Past Meeting Agendas:
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Past Meeting Minutes:
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Training Opportunities:
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Don't Be Scared, Be Prepared
One of the most important steps in preparing for a disaster is to ensure that your prepared. Make sure your family has made the adequate preparations for a disaster event in your community. This includes creating a family disaster kit that will last 72 hours, making an emergency plan and staying informed. 

The Modoc County Public Health Department is excited to announce the implementation of the Support and Aid for Everyone Program (SAFE)within Modoc County. The program is a voluntary participation program that focuses on the at-risk population within our community. If your are interested in signing up for the SAFE program or have any questions, please contact 233-6311.