Abstract : Vulnerable groups, such as pregnant women, are a group that is at risk of health problems during a disaster. Weak physical condition due to the impact of the disaster and high anxiety can cause contractions that can lead to miscarriage, premature birth, and labor that is earlier than it should be. Family involvement as community empowerment, so that the family as the smallest unit can recognize as early as possible the risks, disastrous impacts of pregnant women. This research consists of three stages. Stage 1 is an exploratory study. The second stage is model development. A Disaster Response Pregnant Mother Family Empowerment Model was developed and used to increase the ability to face disasters in the context of reducing the risk of pregnant women in disaster conditions. Family mentoring uses the empowerment model for disaster response families twice with a span of one week. The third stage of the research was a quasi-experiment with pre-post test two group designs. Samples per group are 20 people. The sampling technique was the purposive sampling technique. The pre-post test was conducted to determine knowledge and attitudes, using a questionnaire, while the skills used observation. In the control group, only modules were given. The research concludes that the family empowerment model for pregnant women who respond to disasters affects increasing the ability to reduce the impact of disasters.