Public Health Outreach Network for Emergencies (PHONE) Frequently Asked Questions

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PHONE FAQs

The Public Health Network for Emergencies (PHONE) is a network of local community and faith-based organizations that help communicate important health and safety messages to the people they serve during public health emergencies.  Find out more about the PHONE by clicking on questions below.   

What is the Public Health Outreach Network for Emergencies (PHONE)?
Why was the PHONE created?
What is the goal of the PHONE?
What makes the PHONE different from other communication channels?
How can an organization “get on” the PHONE?
What is the PHONE Database?
How is the PHONE Database maintained?
Why does Napa County want information about local organizations and their clients?
How will the information be used?
What types of activities and materials does the PHONE use?
What is the role of a PHONE member?
What are PHONE member responsibilities?
What happens before an emergency?
What happens during an emergency?
What happens after an emergency?
How can I prepare my organization to be an effective PHONE member?
Where can I get more information?