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Minnesota Department of Health Hurricane Katrina Resources Page

Minnesota's Public Health Response to Hurricane Katrina

Help is available from many sources for survivors of Hurricane Katrina who have come to Minnesota. A variety of tools and resources are available for health care and emergency response professionals who are working with survivors, and many opportunities are available for professionals who wish to serve as volunteers in the health response to Katrina.

Full List of Resources

Google Launches Hurricane Katrina Portal

"We've launched two new search features designed specifically for finding information about Hurricane Katrina. You can search on any keyword using Katrina Search and get back results only from Hurricane Katrina-related web pages. Katrina People Search accesses several public databases to help you find info on friends or family members who may have been affected by the storm."

Go to Google Hurricane Katrina

Message from Interim Dean John Finnegan, Jr.

Message from Interim Dean John Finnegan, Jr.

The events of the past week in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast temper
our joy in a new semester, yet magnify for us the importance of public
health. Amid this tragedy, we are reaffirming our commitment to do the
best that we can in our respective roles and responsibilities. 
Many of our faculty, staff and students are part of the national Medical Reserve Corps
network that is deploying volunteers to assist with the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina.  Also, the SPH is part of the network of
schools of public health nationwide that has agreed to help students of
the Tulane School of Public Health, which is closed for the semester
because of the disaster.  Click here to get more information about our efforts.  Click here to find out how you can help.

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