2011 TN Spring - Tornadoes-Floods-Winds Storms - INDEX
Facility Type: Info/Hotline
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Mission: Flood Information for Shelby County
Coming Together After The Storm
How you can help: TENNESSEE
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The compassion of the Tennessee Valley is showing with dozens of people asking Channel 3 how they can help the storm victims.
We are working to gather information for each of the agencies working on disaster relief in our area. If you represent one of these organizations, contact the WRCB newsroom at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you are doing to help.
WRCB's partners at the Times Free Press has established a Neediest Cases Fund: Southern Storms. It channels contributions to local Red Cross chapters for area tornado relief efforts. Your gift is tax deductible as permitted by law. Donate online
If you have had no disaster training, the best way to give is financially.
Text the word "GIVE" to 80888 to make a monetary donation to the Salvation Army or "REDCROSS" to 90999 for the Red Cross.
FEMA Disaster Assistance Centers, VOLUNTEERS, DONATIONS, SHELTERS, SERVICES
This organization provides Temporary or Permanent Service? Temporary
Resources for Storm Victims
Serve as one - (Contact list)
Displaced Animals Eastern Tn from 4/27 storms -
FULL COVERAGE: SPECIAL SECTION: THE GREAT FLOOD OF 2011
SHELETERS & DONATING TO SHELTERS -
The shelters are only asking for listed of donated items, so only bring the items listed. All donated items must be NEW and in ORGINIAL packaging
(SHELTER LISTED & VOLUNTEER INFO)
EVENING UPDATE: No place else for floodwaters to go -- Mississippi now past 41 feet
updated May 1, 2011 at 7:16 p.m.
POTENTIAL FLOOD AREAs by Zip Code -
Those interested in volunteering to help can the Flood Watch Hotline (901) 324-8799. Text requests to: (901) 290-7530 or send messages by email to: email@example.com
Flood Information for Shelby County
Storms, Flooding Possible Over Next Few Days
Significant Flooding Threat for Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky
POSTED: 10:50 pm CDT April 30, 2011
UPDATED: 8:58 pm CDT May 1, 2011
Catoosa storm a 'very rare' EF4 tornado with 175 mph winds
April 29, 2011
Hamilton County, Tenn
East Tennessee wakes up to massive storm damage
Apr 28, 2011
Flood Recovery Network Established For Flood Survivors
New Network To Be One-Stop Resource For Flood Survivors
April 25, 2011
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Victims of last May's flood now have a new resource to help them get back on their feet.
The Flood Recovery Network (FRN) is a new initiative of the United Methodist Church. The new network is an additional resource to ensure quality, customized, timely flood assistance for those Tennesseans who still need help in recovering from the May 2010 flood.
FRN's centralized hotline is designed to be a one-stop resource for flood survivors with ongoing, unmet needs. Callers requesting help will be able to speak directly to a Flood Recovery Network representative who will begin assessing the needs of the flood survivor.
The hotline number is 615-567-3232.
MORE FOR 2010 FLOOD AT:
May 1 - President Obama makes federal disaster assistance available to individuals in 4 counties in Tennessee. Apply at www.disasterassistance.gov, http://m.fema.gov/ or by calling (800) 621-3362 / TTY (800) 462-7585. More: http://go.usa.gov/bNc
Bradley County, Greene County, Hamilton County, and Washington County.
INTERACTIVE US map of floods -Risk Levels
A series of storms has elevated river levels across the Midwest and South in the past few days. Track the latest conditions reported at flood gauges throughout the region, and click on a location to see additional detail.
Added displaced animal facebook link -
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