National Emergency Child Locator Center (NECLC)
Individuals who report, register as, or search for a displaced child age 21 or younger are directed to NECLC, which is managed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), with support from FEMA. NECLC works with NCMEC to deploy Team Adam to disaster-affected areas. Team Adam gathers information about displaced children to facilitate State efforts to locate and reunite missing children with their families.
Safe and Well
An American Red Cross online application that allows people affected by a disaster to list themselves as “safe and well.” Family members can also view the messages left by their loved ones who have self-registered on this site.
National Shelter System (NSS)

FEMA and the Red Cross each have software applications that are able to input data about shelters, locations, capacity, current populations, as well as other data points.

The FEMA system can also report feeding locations, Points of Distribution (PODs) and other pertinent MC/EA information. The system is tied into mobile mapping applications to plot MC/EA locations in regards to shelters, pet shelters, and other locations.