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Every year, Australian communities face devastating losses caused by disasters, which is why it is important to yourself and your home for a disaster.
Disaster preparation is about more than just preparing your household, it is also about preparing your community by getting to know your neighbours before an emergency happens.
Not-for-profit organisations that provide post-disaster emotional support, crisis hotlines and other assistance to the community.
A number of resources are available to help multicultural communities understand how to prepare for a disaster and what to do in an emergency situation.
Emergency Services run education and safety programs for community groups, as well as school-based programs for children and young adults.
The Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal has helped Queenslanders affected by flooding and Tropical Cyclone Yasi which occurred in late 2010 and early 2011.
Queensland’s Emergency Services have a number of sponsors whose continued generosity enhances their services through funds, ongoing support and equipment grants.
Emergency Services value your feedback, compliments and complaints as they help us improve our services.
Please use our complaints and compliments form.
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