911- Parts 1 and 2 Click on "Call 911."
Emergencies PowerPoint (From Teachers' Weekly Schedule- Week #1)
What Should You Do? PowerPoint (Practicing How to Respond to Emergencies)
Emergency Kits: What Should My Kit Include?
Reporting a Crime Multi-Level Student Workbook from NOCCCD
A Children's Book on Emergency Preparedness (Vietnamese)
FROM NOCCCDNOCCCD: Emergencies (Multi-Level Packet)
Stories from Marshall Adult Education
From Garden Grove- Alcohol, Drug, and Spousal Abuse, and Gang Information (Disregard the Assessments and Scoring Guides)
From Garden Grove Emergencies EL Civics IL-ADV
Writing (Disregard the Task 3- we are not using this task 3, but the activity is good writing practice.)
From Healthy Roads Media: Emergencies Listening Activities and Printable Handouts (INT-ADV)
First Aid/Fire Safety Videos
From The American Red Cross
After clicking on one of the Poison Preparedness PowerPoints, click on "Open." Then hit "F5" on the keyboard to play the PowerPoint. Left click the mouse to go from slide to slide. When you're finished, hit the "Esc" key to stop the PowerPoint. Then click on the large "X" in the upper right corner to close the PowerPoint.
Poison Preparedness PowerPoint in Vietnamese
The California Poison Control System (CPCS) is the statewide provider of immediate, free and expert treatment advice and assistance over the telephone in case of exposure to poisonous, hazardous or toxic substances. Call toll-free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Trained health care professionals, who have many years of valuable experience handling poison cases, staff their center.
By calling 1-800-222-1222 anywhere in
Calls are handled quickly, accurately, professionally and free-of-charge all over the state 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Five Steps to Earthquake Safety
Identify Hazards in Your Home (Good site with "How To" videos)
This guide provides practical advice on how to deal with the effects financial difficulties can have on your physical and mental health -- it covers:
Government and Other Community Agencies
Catholic Charities of the East Bay- Please see the 3 links below for community agency assistance information.
Deaf Resources, Elder Abuse, Ethnic Resources, Healthcare, Immigration, Law Enforcement, Legal, LGBT
Alameda County Low-Cost Medical, Dental, and Mental Health Resources (This online information is several years old, and it may not be up to date.)
Southern Alameda County Community Service Providers Directory Please call before going to any of these agencies. Due to funding cuts, some may not longer be open.
California Office of Emergency Services
City of Fremont Public Safety
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
Fremont Family Resource Center