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Humana Prepares

As part of Humana’s Human Care promise, we want to make sure you are prepared when disasters strike. These are concrete steps you can take to help keep you, your family and your home safe.
An example of a disaster preparedness kit, including a checklist, first aid kit, canned food, and water bottles.



An average hurricane season has 14 named storms, 7 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes.1


Tornadoes can happen anytime and anywhere. The result can be devastating.


Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the U.S. according to NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory2.

Winter weather

Ice, snow and extreme cold may affect you during the winter season.


Wildfires are common in areas like forests, grasslands, or prairies and can be caused by humans or lightning.

Extreme Heat

Certain groups of people are at higher risk during a period of extreme heat.


An earthquake can happen in any region without advanced warning.

Simple Steps You Can Take Now

Stay Informed

As a member, you have a secure, online account that is all yours, and all about your Humana plan. It’s called MyHumana. You have access to digital ID cards, a list of doctors and pharmacies in your network, claims, and prescription information. MyHumana is simplicity itself – everything about your plan, organized in one always available, easily accessible place.

Register for MyHumana

Be Prepared

During an emergency, it’s important that you and your loved ones have a fully stocked emergency supply kit. Your kit should include essentials like food, water, clothing, prescriptions and other supplies. Download a checklist , opens new window of items to include.

Additional resources

Emergency alerts and support for members, including those in California

For our members in declared disaster areas, including members in California, Humana wants to make it easy to find the information you need. We’ve compiled notifications and resources to help in case of an emergency situation.


  1. “Damaging 2022 Atlantic hurricane season draws to a close,” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, last accessed June 13, 2023,
  2. “Severe weather 101,” the National Severe Storms Laboratory, last accessed June 13, 2023,,the%20ground%20to%20absorb%20it