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The HHS emPOWER Map is a public and interactive map that provides the de-identified total number of Medicare beneficiary claims for certain electricity-dependent medical and assistive equipment that include: ventilators, oxygen concentrators, enteral feeding machines, intravenous (IV) infusion pumps, suction pumps, at-home dialysis machines, wheelchairs, scooters, and beds.  The data is updated monthly and provided both geospatially and in table format at the national, state, territory, county and zip code levels.
CDC Emergency Shelter Operations
National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) houses CDC’s emergency shelter subject matter experts.  The Office of Environmental Health Emergencies (OEHE) and The Division of Environmental Health Hazards and Effects (DEHHE) collaborate with FEMA and the American Red Cross regarding emergency shelter environmental health assessments and surveillance. 
CDC Strategic National Stockpile
The CDC’s Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) is a national repository of large quantities of medicines, vaccines, and other medical supplies stored in strategic locations around the nation. These assets are designed to supplement state and local public health departments in the event of a large-scale public health emergency that causes local supplies to run out.
Chemical Biologic Radiologic Nuclear and Explosive Disaster Response and Recovery Resources
The CBRNE (Chemical, Biologic, Radiologic, Nuclear and Explosive) Branch of the Tactical Programs Division advises HHS and ASPR leadership as well as numerous other offices and agencies throughout the federal partnership and at the State, Local, Tribal and Territorial level on CBRNE issues, provides SME cadre as needed, supports Medical Countermeasures (MCM) distribution and has developed a CBRNE toolkit that links science to operations.
Medical Reserve Corps Program
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) program is a national network of MRC units comprised of volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. The MRC network includes close to 1,000 community-based units and over 200,000 volunteers located throughout the United States and its territories
National Library of Medicine’s PEOPLE LOCATOR® Family Reunification
People Locator is an information resource composed of a reporting tools (apps) and a central website for the public to speed family reunification after mass casualty or other events where family dislocation is involved using both text and photo search by reporting lost and found persons and their general health status.
Rapid Deployment Forces
The U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) Rapid Deployment Forces (RDF) provides resources and assistance to State, Tribal and local health authorities throughout the United States. They were created in 2006 as part of the National Response Framework’s ESF-8 public health and medical asset provisions. Like all Commissioned Corps response teams, they may be deployed in response to an ESF-8 or non- ESF-8 public health emergency.