Since the Katrina/Rita Hurricane Disaster in 2005, the Network has maintained a comprehensive list of resources and materials on this website. The Network actively participates in the Texas ESRD Emergency Coalition (TEEC) and continues to assist with distribution of materials developed through the coalition.
In the event of a DISASTER, call the TEEC toll-free at (866) 407-ESRD and/or visit the website at http://texasteec.org/
Disaster Preparedness Video
Texas ESRD Emergency Coalition put together this disaster preparedness video for ESRD patients. TEEC recommends the video be showed to all patient in the facility at least annually. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
TEEC Disaster Webinars
- 2014 Disaster Webinar Slides
- 2013 TEEC Disaster Webinar Slides
- 2013 TEEC Disaster Webinar Recording [icon type=mp4]
- KCER Emergency Hotline: 866-901-3773 (Toll-free)
- Locate Your Local Preparedness Programs
- Waiver Request for End Stage Renal Disease Facility
- The Kidney Community Emergency Response (KCER) Coalition
- Community and State Contact Information
- CDC Resources
- Boil Water Advisory
- Drinking Water Advisory, Planning, & Emergency Response Resources
- Make Water Safe - After natural disasters
- Drink Safe Water - After natural disasters
- Food, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Information
- 3 Day Emergency Diet - English - Spanish
- Boil Water Advisory
- Are you R.E.A.D.Y? English
- Are you R.E.A.D.Y? Spanish
- DO NOT eat high potassium foods on the emergency diet. Missing one or two treatments can cause patients potassium to increase rapidly. During an emergency diet your potassium intake should be cut in half to <500 mg/day to avoid the accumulation of chemicals and fluid in your blood due to missing treatments.
- For more nutrition information visit: U.S. Department of Agriculture Food List
- If you have questions - ask your dietitian!
Government and Agency Resources
- 2015 Emergency Management Training Tools - KCER [icon type="pdf"]
- Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Other Access or Functional Needs [icon type=globe]- Video from FEMA
- Open Shelter Locator Map from the American Red Cross [icon type=globe]
- Governor's Division of Emergency Management
- Texas Information and Referral Network
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- 211 Texas - Finding Help In Texas
Access EMResource in a "view only" mode. Please use the username and password listed below to log into EMResource and view facility status, capacity or other pertinent information associated with a facility during an emergency/disaster situation.
- Username: txdialview
- Password: Teec2015!@
If you need further assistance with EMResource usage, please visit the TEEC website and download the instructions located under the EMResource tab. All other questions or concerns may be directed to the following individuals: