New Hampshire's emergency preparedness website. The materials presented here are intended to help individuals, families, businesses and other organizations prepare for major emergencies. Itís also a central location for information related to active disasters in progress.
This resource offers disaster information and referrals, including closings and shelters openings.
Traveler information for the public. New Hampshire 511 system is part of a nation-wide effort. For real time updates and road closures, go to http://hb.511nh.com/main.jsf.
New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Phone 271-2231 or toll free (800) 852-3792. Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating the Stateís response to major disasters. This includes natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods and severe winter storms, and human-caused disasters.
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
New Hampshire DES helps sustain our high quality of life by protecting and restoring the environment and public health in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services, Emergency Services Unit (ESU)
This Office, under the Commissionerís direction, coordinates the NH DHHS emergency response. ESU is responsible for managing the Departmentís emergency supplies, supporting technologies used during disasters, and fulfilling the Health & Medical Services and Mass Care & Sheltering needs of the citizens of NH during a disaster.
New Hampshire Department of Justice
Phone 271-3658 or TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964. The Attorney General is the State's chief legal officer and chief law enforcement officer. The AG acts as the State's lawyer in all civil and criminal cases in the Supreme Court, and is responsible for the general supervision of all criminal law enforcement in the State of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire ESAR-VHP
The Emergency System for Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals system is an electronic database of health and general volunteers who have indicated their interest in responding in an emergency. The ESAR-VHP system registers health and general volunteers, applies emergency credentialing standards to registered volunteers, and allows for the verification of the identity, credentials, and qualifications of registered volunteers in an emergency. Registered Volunteers are not required to respond to a request. Volunteers decide at the time of a request whether or not they can respond.
Volunteer NH is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote the tradition of service in New Hampshire.