Keep These Items in Your Home During Hurricane Season   

Keep These Items in Your Home During Hurricane Season

Woman reading label on box in grocery store while buying supplies for emergency preparedness.
Clinical Contributors to this story:
Jyoti Nigam, M.D.
Hurricane preparedness should be top of everyone’s mind around the end of summer, especially those living along the coast in New Jersey and other eastern states. 

We’ve created a helpful checklist so you and your family can be ready.

Hurricane Preparation Checklist, including food items, medical & personal items, infant & children items, and additional emergency supplies.
There are several other resources from the federal, state and your local governments on what items to include in your emergency supply kit.

Next Steps & Resources:

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