The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has donated weather radios to the Vigo County Emergency Management Office.
The devices will be taken to Terre Haute fire stations to be handed out to those in need.
Officials say its important to make sure everyone is prepared, and knows what to do to stay safe.
"It's really important to have the indoor asset that you can program to fit your communities needs, so that it just picks up the threats in your own community and make you aware of the kinds of things that are coming your way so that you can be prepared to take care of yourselves and your family," said Gerri Husband with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
For more information on how to get your weather radio click here.