Hurricane season in Florida runs from June 1 to November 30.
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Be safe After a Hurricane
If you need assistance or supplies, go to your nearest Community Emergency Operation Center (CEOC)
What are CEOCs? Florida faces many challenges in protecting residents from threats of climate change, particularly in our most vulnerable communities. The Florida Disaster Preparedness Plan (FDPP) is a long-term strategy for building disaster and community resilience using a collaborative process in vulnerable neighborhoods served by Community Emergency Operation Centers (CEOCs). CEOCs are command centers and/or headquarters that store supplies and services needed to prepare and recovery from natural disasters.
If there is no CEOC in your area, look for a Community Hub close to you
What is a Community Hub? It’s a welcoming place which provides a focal point in a vulnerable neighborhood to foster greater local community and bring residents, organizations together to improve the quality after a natural disaster.
Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC) Hotline: 1-888-600-5762
- Miami Climate Alliance
- Catalyst Miami
- SEIU Florida
- PowerU Center
- FL Student Power Network
- Dream Defenders
- Florida Immigrant Coalition
- Central Florida Jobs with Justice
- MH Action
- Make The Homeless Smile
- Community Justice Project
- Miami Workers Center
- We Count!
- Organize FL
- Old Dillard Museum
- Catalyst Miami
- Circle of Brotherhood
- Sisterhood Circle
- The ARC
- Dade County Street Response Team
- SantLa Neighborhood Center