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June 21, 2021: Storm-Related Resources

Tropical Storm Claudette made landing in the Gulf Coast over the weekend and is expected to bear down on Atlantic coastal states today. Severe weather that included tornado touchdowns impacted several Midwest states this weekend as well. Below are resources to assist you in locating and receiving aid in the wake of storms.

Local American Red Cross Locator – Enter your zip code to locate the nearest American Red Cross assistance site.

2-1-1 Essential Community Resources – Dial 211 from a landline or 877-652-1148 from a mobile device. Information can also be accessed by texting your zip code to 898-211 from a mobile phone or tablet. The 211 center’s referral specialists can access databases of resources available from private and public health and human service agencies, match your needs to available resources, and link or refer you directly to an agency or organization that can help.

State-based resources for affected areas include:

Alabama –
2-1-1 Connects Alabama –

Florida –
2-1-1 Northwest Florida –

Georgia –
United Way of Southwest Georgia –

Illinois –
2-1-1 United Way of Illinois –

Indiana –
Indiana 2-1-1 –

Louisiana –
2-1-1 Louisiana Association of United Ways –

Michigan –
Michigan 2-1-1  –

Mississippi –
United Ways of Mississippi –

Missouri –
United Way of Central Missouri –

North Carolina –
North Carolina 2-1-1 –

Additional Resources

SupportLinc also offers the following resources to assist you in the aftermath of severe weather:

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