Canadian Red Cross

Site: Kingston & District Branch

Service: Disaster Management

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Contact Information
Office Phone Emergency response team 416-209-0432
Crisis Phone Emergency Pager 613-329-0644
Primary Contact Terra Mitchell, Disaster Management Advisor; Email:
Address & Map
Kingston, ON
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Mailing Address PO Box 4000 
Mississauga, ON K5M 9Z9
Physical Access Not Applicable
Description & Services
Description (Service) Disaster management/personal disaster assistance and emergency preparedness * partners with local organizations to distribute food, clothing and shelter after a disaster * provides first aid and emotional support * recovery support
Hours Disaster Response Mon-Sun 24 hours * monthly Disaster Management team meetings, for training and readiness
Areas Served Frontenac County ; Kingston ; Lennox and Addington County
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
Adults 19 years and older
Application Red Cross Disaster Management is usually activated by emergency services, however, self-referral can be accessed by calling the Kingston & Disaster Management Emergency Pager
Languages English
Fees None
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1909
Funding Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 119219814 RR0001
Date Updated 22 Jan 2020
Service Categories Disaster Related Shelter Services ; Disaster Relief/Recovery Organizations ; General Disaster Information

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