#StayHomeSaveLives to slow the spread of COVID-19. Let us use our time at home to prepare for future disasters like wildfire, earthquake and flood.
History shows our most vulnerable suffer the most when disaster strikes. Now California is doing something about it...
Empowering people who have been hard to reach, or socially isolated all across the state by giving them the right type of support to safeguard themselves, their families, and their communities from the next disaster. Delivered by people and groups you trust.
In March 2020 we joined forces with the “Stay Home. Save Lives.” public awareness campaign to connect diverse and vulnerable populations to resources on COVID-19 through our strong statewide network. Additionally, we are supporting the “Stay Home. Save Lives. Check In.” initiative to help combat social isolation and food insecurity among Californians who are over the age of 65. As part of this effort, the state released this consumer-friendly website:COVID19.CA.GOV
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The State of California is no stranger to the harsh reality of wildfire and other natural disasters. Far too often, the people and communities hit hardest by these disasters are those often missing or left out of preparedness activities and least equipped to deal with them and their lasting impacts.
Governor Newsom and state lawmakers together invested $50 million through urgency legislation (AB 72) to establish the California for All Emergency Preparedness Campaign, which is now called Listos California. Our campaign aims to boost disaster preparedness among our diverse and vulnerable Californians by connecting them to culturally and linguistically competent support through a grass-roots, people-centered approach.
To ensure success, the campaign empowers and engages local communities on emergency preparedness to support California's diverse and vulnerable populations, which can be described by social vulnerability factors including social isolation, poverty, language barriers, and other access and functional needs challenges.
On Tuesday, August 20, a press release issued by the Office of Governor Gavin Newsom officially kicked off Listos California, which included a full list of all campaign grantee partners. Our trusted and effective partners include community-based organizations, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) programs, the 8-hour training program in English and Spanish called “Listos,” AmeriCorps, AmeriCorps NCCC, Fire Safe Councils, and others.
Listos California is getting our vulnerable and diverse populations throughout California ready for wildfires, earthquakes and floods.
Listos California helps individuals, families and communities prepare for disasters like wildfires, earthquakes and floods. We also help Californians respond to COVID-19. When we all do our part, we keep more people safe.
Everyone in California is now required to stay home except to get food, get necessary health care, or go to an essential job. This is our best defense to protect you and your community. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance from other people. Please listen to public health officials for updates.
Listos California ayuda a las personas, familias y comunidades a prepararse en caso de desastres como incendios forestales, terremotos e inundaciones. También ayudamos a los californianos a enfrentar el COVID-19. Cuando todos hacemos nuestra parte, mantenemos a más personas a salvo.
Todos en California ahora están obligados a quedarse en casa excepto para obtener comida, recibir atención médica necesaria o asistir a un trabajo esencial. Esta es nuestra mejor defensa para protegerte tanto a tí como a tu comunidad. Si sales, mantente al menos a 6 pies (2 metros) de distancia de otras personas. Por favor escucha a las autoridades de salud pública para mantenerte actualizado.