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Updated August 20, 2019
STORM SURVIVOR INFO
Miami Valley Strong!
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center
Talk to FEMA representatives about your individual situation and registration information.
The FEMA DRCs are open 10:00 am to 7 pm, Monday through Friday, and Saturday from 10:00 am to 5 pm.
This center will close on August 30, 2019.
Dayton Children's Hospital
1010 Valley STreet, Dayton, OH 45404
Register for FEMA assistance, ask questions, get status updates on your application:
or go to a FEMA center
deadline to register is extended to
The Presidential Disaster Declaration is for affected residents of
Auglaize, Darke, Greene, Hocking, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Muskingum, Perry, and Pickaway counties.
In addition to possible low-interest loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the declaration opens up theIndividual Assistance Program and the Disaster Legal Services Program.
Crisis Cleanup is available online at crisiscleanup.org
RESOURCES AND INFORMATION:
Shelters currently open
Debris Removal Assistance
Baby Supplies - Diapers, Formula
Mental Health Care
Helping Children Cope with Crisis
Replacing Important Documents
Medicare/Medicaid replacement cards
Social Security Cards
* Sinclair.edu/aid - great list of resources!
Montgomery County: mcohio.org
Montgomery County Sheriff: mcohiosheriff.org
City of Trotwood: Trotwood.org (and Facebook)
City of Beavercreek: BeavercreekOhio.gov
City of Dayton: daytonohio.gov/tornadoresponse
ANIMALS / PETS
If your pet has gone missing, we encourage you to contact your local shelters and let us know. You can contact them at:
HOW TO HELP PETS AFTER THE TORNADOES IN OHIO: https://hsdayton.org/tornado/
Homeowner Assistance – Home Repair Programs
Ohio VOAD updates on Facebook and Twitter -- @OhioVOAD
City Of Dayton: Where to find Help: https://www.daytonohio.gov/827/Tornado-Response
RESPONDING ORGANIZATION INFORMATION:
How to Volunteer and/or Donate
Tornado Long Term Recovery
Long Term Recovery Group (LTRG) for the Miami Vally meets weekly.
The Disaster Case Management Work Group meets weekly.
There is also a Housing/Repair & Rebuild Work Group.
There is significant damage in Logan Couty that is not included in the FEMA declaration for Individual Assistance.
The Cincinnati ToolBank is a resource for organizations in need of large quantities of tools. We are making these tools available at no charge for all recovery efforts.
K A T P E P M E Y E R | Executive Director
If you have a request for help from Ohio VOAD member organizations, please contact:
Ohio VOAD Disaster Coordinator
VOAD Office: 330-930-0506
American Radio Relay League
If you wish to VOLUNTEER, please do not self-deploy. Contact a trusted organization working in the area (above list). Also, see our member organizations - click here.
Register with the Ohio Responds Volunteer Registry to be eligible for Limited Liability Protection under Ohio law. Be sure to also register with an organization doing response work in the area. https://www.ohioresponds.odh.ohio.gov/
If you wish to DONATE, please contact one of the organizations working in the area (above) to find out what is needed and where to send it, so your generosity is put to good use. See our member organizations - click here.
VOLUNTEER AND DONATION
How to Help in the Long Term Recovery
Ohio Emergency Management Agency
President Donald Trump today issued a Presidential Disaster Declaration for federal assistance for individuals and businesses after 21 tornadoes touched down during the severe storms that passed through Ohio during the evening of May 27 and early morning of May 28.