Resources and Information Related to Orlando’s Pulse Tragedy
Our hearts go out to the victims and their families in the aftermath of the deadly shooting in Orlando.
The City of Orlando, law enforcement, Orlando Health Hospital, the LGBT Community, the Hispanic Community, Orange County Government and other community partners, along with citizens are united during this heartbreaking event. We are part of a resilient community. We are #OrlandoStrong.
DOH and DOH-Orange Response to Orlando Tragedy
The State ESF-8 personnel activated and operated from the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC). More information about the response to the Orlando Tragedy (PDF 384KB).
Some important information:
- If you are able to, OneBlood still needs donations. They ask that you please make an appointment online at www.OneBlood.org or call 1.888.9.DONATE (1.888.936.6283).
- The City of Orlando Family Emergency Hotline is (407) 246-4357.
- The LGBT Community Center of Central Florida (The Center), in collaboration with its community partners, is offering crisis services to the families, friends and others affected by the mass shooting at Pulse Night Club in Orlando. For more information, visit http://www.thecenterorlando.org/.
- Our neighboring Orlando Regional Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center and a silver-level Beacon Award recipient has worked tirelessly to assist victims during this event.
- City of Orlando Family Assistance Center.
- Pulse Victim Immediate Family Members - Obtaining a Death Certificate at No Cost (Flyer) (PDF 337KB)
- FAMILIA INMEDIATA DE FAMILIA INMEDIATA DE - PARA PREGUNTAS DE COMO OBTENER CERTIFICADO DE DEFUNCION SIN COSTO (Flyer) (PDF 336KB)
- Testing Due to Blood Exposure During Pulse Shooting (PDF 335KB)