Communities in Oklahoma and throughout the Midwestern United States are suffering from the effects of violent storms. The aftermath of heartbreak and damage is widespread. You or someone you know may be impacted. Here are some sites that may help you sort things out and find additional information
American Red Cross – Safe & Well Website – Use this link to reconnect with friends, family, and loved ones.
American Red Cross – Open Shelters List – Use this link to locate open shelters that have been set up in and around your local community.
American Red Cross Shelter Finder App – Download this app for your iPhone or Android smartphone to locate open shelters in your area.
Federal Disaster Relief Aid – If your county has been declared a disaster site, you may be eligible for disaster relief aid. Use this link to apply.
FEMA Oklahoma Disaster Information Site – This section of the website for The Federal Emergency Management Agency features updates and information on the current response to the Oklahoma City Tornado.
FEMA Official Twitter Account – Live updates and information are available on the official Twitter account for The Federal Emergency Management Agency.
CNN Oklahoma Tornado Updates and Developments – A special news feed provided by CNN that features information and updates related to the response and recovery efforts in Oklahoma City, OK.
KFOR-TV News in Oklahoma – Live and local news coverage of the recovery efforts currently underway and information for Oklahoma City residents in need of additional information.