Michael Faulkner, Director
499 NW 5th Ave.  Okeechobee, FL  34972
Phone: (863) 763-3212     Fax: (863) 763-1569
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American Red Cross Disaster and Emergency Services, as well as First Aid and CPR training
Greater Palm Beach Area Chapter, American Red Cross This Chapter services Okeechobee County.
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FEMA Emergency Management Institute - Independent Study Program FEMA Independent Study Website
Domestic Preparedness Campus TEEX Training website
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Herbert Hoover Dike Catastrophic Planning
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