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Social Media

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


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



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