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This is our main social media page with links to our different social media accounts and activities.

Overview

FEMA and the Ready campaign utilizes numerous social media accounts as part of our mission to provide information to the public before, during, and after a disaster. If you come across a social media account that is not listed on this page, then it is not an official FEMA account.

Note: We are providing the following links to FEMA and Ready’s presence on other third party sites for your reference. FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies or applications.

If you think FEMA or Ready should use other third party sites or communications tools, then please contact us at FEMA-New-Media@fema.dhs.gov.  Please also refer to our Blog Disclaimers & Policies page for additional information.

Most Popular Accounts

Official Accounts

FEMA utilizes numerous social media accounts as part of our mission to provide information and engage with the public during all phases of a disaster. 

  • Official Accounts: provides a full listing of our social media channels.
  • Social Hub: curates official social media conversations happening right now.
  • Disaster Reporter: displays crowdsourced photos submitted by the public during disasters and emergencies.

Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube

Facebook

Twitter

  • Deputy Administrator Daniel Kaniewski
  • FEMA 
  • FEMAespanol 
  • FEMASandy
    Information specific to Hurricane Sandy recovery.
     
  • FEMAlive
    This account is only used for live chats, and is not monitored on daily basis.
  • Ready
    The Ready Campaign is designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters. www.ready.gov
  • PrepareAthon
    America's PrepareAthon! is an action-based, nationwide campaign to increase emergency preparedness and resilience.
  • DHS Lessons Learned
    Lessons Learned Information Sharing is DHS's online network of emergency responders and lessons learned.
  • Citizen Corps helps coordinate volunteer activities that will make our communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to any emergency situation.
  • U.S. Fire Administration
    The U.S. Fire Administration provides national leadership to foster a solid foundation for our fire and emergency services stakeholders in prevention, preparedness, and response. //www.usfa.fema.gov/
  • Center for Domestic Preparedness
    FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness provides fully funded, hands-on training for state, local, & tribal emergency responders related to catastrophic events.
  • Emergency Management Institute
    FEMA's Emergency Management Institute trains officials from all levels of emergency management for disasters and emergencies.
  • Louisiana Recovery Office (LRO)
    The Louisiana Recovery Office serves LA communities recovering from hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
     
  • Region 1
    Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont
     
  • Region 2
    New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands
     
  • Region 3
    Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and W. Virginia
     
  • Region 4
    Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, N. Carolina, S. Carolina and Tennessee
     
  • Region 5
    Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin
     
  • Region 6
    Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas
     
  • Region 7
    Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska
     
  • Region 8
    Colorado, Montana, N. Dakota, S. Dakota, Utah and Wyoming
     
  • Region 9
    Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, American Samoa, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of the Marshall Islands, and Federated States of Micronesia
     
  • Region 10
    Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington
     
  • Daniel Llargues
    FEMA Spanish Spokesperson
     
  • FEMA Watch Centers - these accounts are not for engagement.  No messages, replies or direct messages will be sent.

Additional Social Media Sites

  • Thunderclap
  • Challenge.gov (To submit solutions to solve specific challenges.)
  • IdeaScale (An online collaboration site.)
  • Google Books (We are using the Google Books digital library to share publications with stakeholders so we can provide published content in a free online format that is easy to access.)

Archived Twitter Accounts