Hurricane Survival Pack
Food and water
It's recommend to have a 3 day supply for each family member including your pets, better safe than sorry.
- Bottled Water - At least 1 gallon daily per person for 3 to 7 days and don't forget to add water for your pets too.
- Non-Perishable Foods - At least enough for 3 to 7 days and you may need to make special consideration for infants or the elderly.
- High-Energy Packaged Foods - Peanut butter, crackers, nuts, raisins and dried fruits, snacks, cookies are ideal
- Packaged Juices - Cans or Cartons
- Canned Prepared Foods
- Baby Food and Baby Formula
- Pet Food
- Powdered or Canned Evaporated Milk
- Toilet Paper, Paper Towels and Moist Towelettes
- Baby Diapers and Wet Wipes
- Soap and Shampoo
- Toiletries - Toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant
- Change of Clothes - At least one change for each person
- Rain Gear - Poncho or windbreaker
- Blankets and Pillows
- Flashlights - One flashlight per person with one extra package of batteries each.
- Portable Cooler
- Bleach - Pure, unscented liquid
- Can Opener - Hand-operated
- Utility Knife
- Pots, Pans, Cooking Spoons
- Disposable Plates, Cups, Utensils
- Butane Lighters and Waterproof Matches - Keep in plastic bags to protect
- Portable Barbecue Grill or Camping Stove
- Pet Carriers, Bowls, Leashes, Chain and Stake
- Plastic Grocery Bags - You'll use them for everything!
- Mobile Device Chargers and Power Supplie
- Driver's License or Photo ID - For each person
- Important Phone Numbers - Write them down in case your phone dies
- Home Video/Photos for Insurance
- Prescription Medication - A two-week supply if possible
- Doctor and Pharmacy Contact Information
- Medical Paperwork - Including National Insurance cards, a copy of all prescriptions and a list of known allergies
- Pain Relief and Anti-Diarrhea Medications
- First-Aid Kit
- Insect Repellent
- Feminine Hygiene Products and Birth Control