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Recovering from a disaster can be difficult. The information below is meant to help keep you and your family safe and healthy as you begin to get your home, your community, and your life back to normal.
If your power is out, follow our power outage safety tips.
The emotional effects of a disaster can sometimes be more difficult than the loss of home or property. Seek crisis counseling if you or someone in your family is experiencing issues with disaster-related stress.
The SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7 crisis counseling and support year round.
Call 211 for information about available disaster services, shelter information, or referrals for social services.
For more information about signs of disaster-related stress, easing stress, and helping kids cope with disasters, see the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Mental Health Resources for Traumas & Disasters or the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Coping with Disaster.