LeadingAge California’s member communities are subject to an array of natural disasters and need to be equipped with the most up-to-date resources. This Emergency Management page includes the latest guidance from key agencies and departments, emergency alerts, and preparedness resources. Navigate these resources by disaster type in the section below.
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2022 Fire Season Outlook
California continues to experience longer wildfire seasons as a direct result of climate change. Extended dryness originating from January is expected to continue into the spring with little precipitation, leaving most of the state in moderate to extreme drought conditions prior to summer. These continued dry conditions, with above normal temperatures through spring, will leave fuel moisture levels lower than normal, increasing the potential for wildland fire activity.
LeadingAge California members who need additional assistance should contact Melanie Ripley.
6/2/2022- DSS released PIN 22-02-CCLD which provides information on the Everbridge Emergency Notification system and how it will continue to be used to notify licensees in advance of, or during, disasters such as wildfires and public safety power shutoffs. Find the full PIN here. Access the Community Care Licensing Division and regional office contacts here.
Provider Information Notice 21-07-CCLD
Department of Social Services provides Preparing for Extreme Heat, Public Safety Power Shutoffs, and Wildfire Emergencies.
All Facilities Letter AFL 21-16
Department of Public Health provides Hot Summer Weather Advisory.
If you have any questions about infection prevention and control of COVID-19, please contact the CDPH Healthcare-Associated Infections Program at HAIProgram@cdph.ca.gov or email@example.com. If you have any questions about emergency plans or emergency transfer of residents, please contact your local district office.
You may also view other AFLs at the All Facilities Letters webpage.
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