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Thank you for your interest in the Clayton County - Community Registry of Emergency Donations (CoRED). Our ultimate goal is to ensure that our community is more prepared, and thereby, more resilient to potential threats and disasters. The purpose of this registry is to take stock of the private and public sector resources and services available to Clayton County during an emergency or disaster. Please note that by participating in this registry, you and your company are expressing intent to provide services and/or resources, but are in no way obligated to provide services and/or resources to any organization or individual. We also encourage all participants to enroll in one of our four Emergency Preparedness Coalitions in order to assist in our local emergency planning efforts. Upon completing the registry, you will be contacted by a representative from the Clayton County Board of Health, Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response to gather more information.

* 1. Please enter the following information about yourself and the organization/company you represent.

** If you are registering one or more "RESOURCES," please answer question #2. If you are registering one or more "SERVICES," please answer question #3.

* 2. RESOURCES: From the following choices, please indicate the types of resources your organization/company can provide during an emergency event or disaster.

  Can provide for 10 or fewer people Can provide for 11 to 25 people Can provide for 26 to 50 people Can provide for 51 to 75 people Can provide for 76 or more people
Transportation
Shelter (hotels, churches, vacant/community buildings)
Food
Water
Medical or pharmaceutical supplies (please specify in space below)
Bedding material (cots, blankets, pillows, etc.)
Clothing
Fans and/or portable heaters
Portable/back up generators
Hygiene supplies
Construction supplies

* 3. SERVICES: From the following choices, please indicate the types of services your organization/company can provide during an emergency event or disaster. *Note: A POD (Point of Distribution) is a strategic location from which vaccines and medicines are distributed in mass to the public following a pandemic or bioterrorism incident.

  Can provide for 10 or fewer people Can provide for 11 to 25 people Can provide for 26 to 50 people Can provide for 51 to 75 people Can provide for 76 or more people
Closed POD (Point of Dispensing)
Translation
Information dissemination
Medical care (please specify in space below)
Elderly care (please specify in space below)
Children's care (please specify in space below)
Disability care
Data entry and clerical services
Warehousing and distribution
Call center/dispatch services
Counseling services (please specify in space below)
Veteranarian services

* 4. OTHER RESOURCES OR SERVICES: Please list any other resources or services that you or your organization can provide.

* 5. Do you have direct authority to provide resources or services from your organization?

* 6. Please include any comments, concerns, or suggestions.

* 7. Optional: Please check which Emergency Preparedness Coalition(s) you are most interested in joining.

* 8. What other organizations do you know of that may be interested in volunteering their resources or services? Please list below.

Thank you for your responses. For more information, please contact Doug Dugger, CCBOH Director of Emergency Preparedness and Response, at (678) 610-7467, (678) 758-9679 (cell) or Freddie.dugger@dph.ga.gov.
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