I started doing some research and found that the USGS website has a great page on preparedness and offers free handbooks on how to write a family disaster plan, build disaster kits taylored to your household and what to do during and after a quake happens. These handbooks can be read online, downloaded, or you can request a physical copy. I have ordered a few copies and would be happy to supply to anyone who wants one. Might be a good thing to actually keep IN your disaster kit...
Another great resource is the American Red Cross website. They offer disaster preparedness classes either online or on-site at our place of business or neighborhood community center. If you live in an apartment building, you can even arrange to have someone come to your building and provide information to you and your neighbors about making a building safety plan. They also help with making pet disaster plans as well. We can't forget about our fuzzies in an emergency!
Hopefully we will never need to use our disaster plans and the contents of our disaster kits will continue to expire unused. But it's always better to be safe than sorry!