The 2014 hurricane season begins June 1. See the links below for hurricane preparedness information.
The Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) program was created after the 2005 hurricane season to ensure that all Navy Families affected by hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma received assistance in order to return to a stable and independent condition. EFAC case manager has since developed the tools and structure that can be rapidly deployed in the event of future catastrophic events.
At the FFSC, an EFAC/NFAAS case manager is available to:
o Perform outreach and provide resources on disaster preparedness
o Match the needs of each affected Navy Family member with community and military resources in the event of a disaster
o Function as the primary representative and advocate for Navy Family members regarding process and policy issues
EFAC provides this assistance with the goal of offering families the opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency after a disaster.
Disaster Assistance Lead Case Manager:
(850) 452-5990 ext. 3124 or 3127, DSN: 312-459-5990 ext. 0
NASP Information Line
NASP Muster Line
Evacuation checklist - http://www.cnic.navy.mil/content/dam/cnic/cnrse/pdfs/NASJax/FamilyPrepareGuide_English.pdf
Department of Public Safety - Pensacola, Florida
Escambia County Department of Public Safety
National Hurricane Center Hurricane Preparedness
Ready.gov - Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
Emergency Management Instruction - NASPINST 3440.4A