Make It Through
http://makeitthrough.org/. It begins with the traditional FEMA/Red Cross guidelines of "Make a Plan", and "Build a Kit" but changes the third step. Instead of "Stay Informed" or "Get Involved", Washington state says, "Help Each Other".
The "Help Each Other" topic has three sub-points:
1. Get Involved (same as FEMA)
2. Participate in Training (usually covered under "Get Involved"
3. Work Together
Here's the entire text of "Work Together"
No matter how much you and others plan, something may happen that you don’t expect and don’t have the tools to deal with on your own. After a catastrophe, connecting with others to share information, identify those who need help, provide first aid and pool resources will increase your abilities to make it through until emergency services are available.
What does it say about modern society that a state government has to encourage its population to work together and share?