HELP FOR TORNADO SURVIVORS
LONG-TERM RECOVERY OUTREACH
Case management staff and volunteers with ID or Credentials have begun the outreach program, by calling all individuals who registered with FEMA. Case managers will be available to help complete paperwork and/or to appeal FEMA denials. They will also work with residents to determine any unmet needs following settlements with insurance and FEMA. To be connected with a case manager, individuals and families may call: (812) 294-1677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the case management office at 105 Colonel’s Way (Hwy 160), Henryville, IN 47126.
The Volunteer Reception Center is set up to coordinate volunteers needed for disaster recovery. If you have damage related to the March 2nd storms that you are unable to address independently please contact
March2Recovery Volunteer Reception Center
315 S Ferguson (US-31), Henryville, IN
SPIRITUAL AND EMOTIONAL CARE
In the wake of these devastating storms, many people may be experiencing feelings of stress and anxiety, depression and even anger. Surviving a disaster has a spiritual and emotional impact on your life. How do you know if your feelings are normal? When is it time to seek help? What can you do to cope in the wake of the storms? Explore these links below for more information.
There are resources available for immediate crisis counseling, spiritual care and long-term counseling for those who need it. You can contact the Spiritual and Emotional Care Team of March 2 Recovery at email@example.com.
For help from a trained counselor, call 1-866-679-4631, Indiana Project Aftermath or visit http://www.indianaprojectaftermath.org/.
Though FEMA no longer maintains a presence in the area, they are still available to assist clients with any FEMA related business. For help, call 800-621-FEMA (3362) or visit www.disasterassistance.gov.
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL – Call 211
Call 2-1-1 for referrals to local services for Food, Counseling, Employment, Health Care, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Housing/Shelter, Legal Aid, Clothing, Education and many more services. Information is changing
and updated frequently. Survivors are strongly urged to guard against fraud. State and federal agencies and
volunteer organizations will provide credentials and services for free. If in doubt, ask for credential. If suspect
fraud, call authorities. NOTE that this only represents a fraction of the services. Call 211 for more info about food
pantries and other services not listed in this document.