Natural Disaster

Hurricanes  
Hurricanes
The official Atlantic Ocean hurricane season runs between June 1 and November 30 every year. But even in Florida - where hurricanes strike every year - one in three residents has no family disaster plan or survival kit. A stunning 74 percent have taken no steps to make their homes stronger. And some 17 percent said they would not evacuate their homes even if ordered. But what should you do if a hurricane is coming? How can you improve your chances of survival? The Survivors Club has interviewed hurricane survivors and weather experts to assemble the following resources. The goal is to offer you a hurricane survival guide that can help you before, during and after a hurricane strike. Start your Journey
Tornadoes  
Tornadoes
Tornadoes are nature’s most dangerous storms, with winds reaching 300 mph destroying homes and lives in seconds. They can strike suddenly without warning. They can be nearly transparent. They can move in any direction and sometimes as fast as 70 mph. The Survivors Club has assembled resources to help you before, during and after a strike. Start Your Journey
Earthquakes  
Earthquakes
Countless men, women and children have experienced the tragic nature of an earthquake and have survived and thrived. Earthquakes are unpredictable. While there are certain regions that are more prone to earthquakes than others, earthquakes can (and have) struck almost every country and region. Earthquakes are an unpreventable natural disaster. Preparation is important for disaster like earthquakes. You can purchase insurance or mitigate damage by making your home earthquake resistant. Health insurance may also be necessary if a family member gets injured in the rumble. If you or someone you love has experienced an earthquake, this Survivors Club guide can help smooth out your transition back to normal life. Start Your Journey