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Moving Towards Recovery

Customizing the Non-state Specific Version for Your State

Templates are available for states or agencies within states to customize Unit 9: Disaster Recovery Resources for Families of the non-state specific version of the toolkit. These customizable templates allow you to showcase your state's specific disaster recovery resources and add additional disaster recovery information as needed.

You may wish to contact your state's Extension office to see if a version has already been customized for your state.

Available Templates

Unit 9: Disaster Recovery Resources for Families Table of Contents

This template of the Table of Contents allows you to customize the name (state) of your resource list. You can also list other resources that you are including at the end of Unit 9.

Replacing Important Papers

Three sections on this template need to be updated for your specific part of the country: Birth and Death Certificates, Driver Licenses or State ID Cards, and Income Tax Returns. Research the contact information for your state and four states near your state; adapt the "Replacing Important Papers" template to include the needed information.

Disaster Recovery Resources for X (state) Families

This template will allow you to add an additional resource list for resources that are specifically available to your state. Use the existing categories from the national list or create your own.

Tips for Using the Templates

Tips for Adding the Toolkit to Your Website

*Please note that the font styles used in the templates is slightly different than the actual toolkit document. The larger toolkit uses the following font styles:

To maximize ease, we have converted the fonts on these templates to more easily accessible font styles. Helvetica Neue in particular is often only available by paid subscription.

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