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You can't always foresee a disaster, but you can prepare and know where to reach out for advice. Below are resources from the Northeast Document Conservation Center<nedcc.org> (NEDCC) for National Preparedness Month—and every day.

-       NEDCC Preservation Specialists are available 24/7 to provide telephone advice to institutions and individuals handling collection-related disasters. Information includes advice on drying wet collections and dealing with damage from fire, pests, and mold. The 24/7 Collections Emergency hotline is 1-855-245-8303.

-       Need online resources about water and fire damage? Flood, wildfires, and hurricanes? Bookmark this list of preparedness, response, and recovery resources: nedcc.org/emergency.

*Get the latest updates by following us on TikTok<https://www.tiktok.com/@nedccenter?lang=en>, Instagram<https://www.instagram.com/nedccpreserve/>, Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/NEDCC>, Twitter<https://twitter.com/NEDCCInfo>, and LinkedIn<https://www.linkedin.com/company/1944833/>.

Ryn Marchese
Marketing and Social Media Coordinator
NEDCC | Northeast Document Conservation Center
100 Brickstone Square, Andover, MA  01810
www.nedcc.org<http://www.nedcc.org>

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