Kids & Family Resources

For fire & life safety tips, please visit our Fire & Life Safety page.


Kids Resources


It’s just as important for both parents and kids to know the basic practices of fire safety. Included below are websites to help teach kids about fire safety.

Sparky the Dog

A fun site full of fire related learning for kids complete with activities, looks at fire trucks, and even a section for parents. There are also loads of games to play.

Fire Facts

This site offers resources for kids, parents and teachers. Allows kids to practice fire safety while having fun with coloring pages, activities and games.

Smokey the Bear

Visit Smokey’s website to learn about how to prevent forest fires.

Be A Hero

Make a plan, build a kit, and know the facts at ready.gov


Family Resources


24/7 Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text line is a free, 24 hour, confidential text-messaging support line for people in crisis. Text HELLO to 741-741 and be connected with a live, trained Crisis Counselor.

NFPA

Codes & Standards, Safety Information, Training, and much more.

NOAA

Active Weather Alerts, Trending Weather Information, Atmospheric Conditions, etc.

After the Fire

This booklet from the U.S. Fire Administration provides information on recovering from a fire, including what to do during the first 24 hours, insurance considerations, valuing your property, replacement of valuable documents, and more.

Car Safety & Car Seat Installations

Graham Fire & Rescue does not offer car seat installations/inspections at this time, however, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital does. Call 253-403-1417 to schedule an appointment, or click on the link above to see car seat installation and other car safety tips.

Knox-Box

Knox products including Gate Key Switches, Padlocks, Emergency Boxes, and Residential‚ĀĄCommercial Boxes.¬†

Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources

This program offers a wide range of services that allow older adults and adults with disabilities to remain at home as long as possible.

Asbestos.com

Vital services and free resources for patients and families affected by mesothelioma.

Washington Poison Center

Immediate expert treatment advice and assistance for exposure to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substances.

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Burn ban status and information, air quality forecasts, other data and reports

Fire Facts, Inc

“Professionals in Fire and Explosion Investigation”

Pierce County ALERT!

Sign up for notifications about potential safety hazards or concerns here.