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What is Peace of Mind Preparedness?
We build disaster resilient communities.
We specialize in empowering families and businesses for any challenge that may arise.
Through personalized one-on-one sessions, we’ll help you create a comprehensive plan, facilitate clear communication with your loved ones, and guide you in building a robust disaster kit. Our commitment doesn’t stop there, we provide ongoing support to ensure your preparedness remains steadfast.
Based in the Monterey Bay Area, California, our consultancy extends its expertise nationwide. Whether it’s speaking engagements or tailored professional development sessions, we’re dedicated to equipping you with the knowledge and tools necessary to confidently face any situation.
Join us today for a free 15-minute consultation and take the first step towards peace of mind. Disaster readiness starts here!
We provide customized disaster sessions that include a starter kit and preparedness guide based on the needs of your family.
Now is the time to take action and educate yourself with Wanda’s online courses and seminars to prepare your family in case disaster comes your way.
We partner with organizations to provide disaster preparedness education. Identify your risks and prepare.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Have flashlights and batteries, stock non-perishable food, prepare alternative cooking methods, charge devices with portable chargers, unplug appliances, conserve refrigerator/freezer usage, and stay informed with a battery-powered radio.
Essential items for a disaster kit include food, water, first aid supplies, flashlight, batteries, personal hygiene items, a battery-powered radio, important documents, cash, and a multi-tool. Click Here for a complete list.
Disaster preparedness for children should be approached in a sensitive manner. Provide information that is suitable for your child’s age and maturity.
Creating a communication plan, gathering medications and supplies, addressing accessibility needs, reviewing evacuation plans, emergency contacts, and performing regular check-ins are key for their safety.
Make sure your pet has ID tags or microchips, pet emergency kit, pet-friendly shelter plan, medical records, carrier/transportation familiarization, and practice evacuation drills.
Essential items to keep in your car include an emergency kit (first aid, flashlight, batteries), water, non-perishable food, spare clothing and blankets, roadside assistance tools (jumper cables, tire repair kit), maps or GPS, personal hygiene items, cash and important documents, weather-related items (ice scraper, gloves), and additional supplies like a tool kit, spare phone charger, portable radio, and spare car keys.
The best time to prepare for a disaster is before it happens.
Wanda Vollmer, Founder
As a child living on a ranch in San Luis Obispo, I remember the wildfires that would frequently threaten our property and livestock and will never forget being awoken in the middle of the night to evacuate during one particularly fast-moving fire. At the age of 24, I created my first preparedness and communication plan for my family and knew I’d found my calling.
I worked for the American Red Cross as a Community Engagement Manager, serving as the lead functional expert for Red Cross Preparedness programs and community partner development and reached over 10,000 individuals with community disaster education programs in addition to recruiting, training, and managing volunteers.
I currently serve as Captain of our Carmel C.E.R.T. Team (Community Emergency Response Team). This program focuses on disaster preparedness, search and rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations. We work side by side with first responders who rely on us during disaster situations. As a passionate community volunteer, I am proud to serve many service organizations in my community.