Communication is a key component for a community resilience program. The Internet supports individual and group needs to serve social aspects Social Media and other Web 2.0 technologies like Facebook and Twitter that can be used to serve a number of purposes for various stakeholders during various phases of emergency management. Recently, the aftermath of the Iran Election demonstrated the power behind social media such as Twitter, using technology already in people’s possession, like cell phones with camera capability, iPhones, Blackberries and such. Moreover, people know these technologies and/or can easily learn to use them. Groups can create accounts in Facebook and Twitter for free where accounts can be authenticated for official use. These can be used for a variety of purposes (e.g., for the distribution of information, event announcements, individual expert identification, mass emailing, situational awareness) where each can be tailored to meet the needs of the individual, business, government entity, education facility, hospital or any ad hoc group formations.