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Emergency Resources

Emergency Resources

Emergency Contacts

Plainfield Campus

Dangerous/Life Threatening: Call 9-1-1
Campus emergencies: 802-322-1708
Hospital ER: 802-371-4100
Montpelier Police Department: (non-emergency) 802-223-3445
Information: Goddard Help Desk 802-322-1666

Port Townsend Residency Site

Dangerous/Life Threatening: Call 9-1-1
Campus emergencies: Park Ranger, 360-344-4412 (pager) between 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Hospital ER: 360-385-2200
Port Townsend Police Department: (non-emergency) 360-385-2322
Information: Port Townsend Residency Office 360-344-4100

Information

Campus Services

802-322-1641 (Community Life Office)
802-322-1640 or 802-322-1638 (Vermont Campus Facilities)
360-344-4100 (Port Townsend Residency Office) 

Goddard College Crime Report - 2009

H1N1 Influenza

Goddard College is closely monitoring reports of H1N1 Influenza (swine flu) in the country and around the world.We will continue to provide updates, as needed, as more information is available. 

Letter to Goddard Community re: H1N1 Influenza
H1N1 Influenza Student Guide 
Emergency Response and Recovery Plan

Links

Local and State 

Central Vermont Medical Center
Vermont Department of Health
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Washington State Emergency Resources
Jefferson County Public Health (Washington State)

National

Flu.gov
Be Ready: Emergency Preparedness
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Customs and Border Protection
Department of Homeland Security
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Red Cross
Terrorism Threat Advisory

International

World Health Organization

Further Information

A/H1N1 Influenza Outbreak Timeline
New York Times Freakonomics Blog: "The Importance of Sample Size, Swine Flu Edition"
Washington Post Article: "Poverty, Tendency to Self-Medicate Hep Drive Up Flu Deaths in Mexico"