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The Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Project is a collaboration of agencies including the American Red Cross, Catholic Charities, the Salvation Army, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and the Oklahoma United Methodist Church to conduct disaster case management for individuals and families in need of long term recovery.
The case management process will involve working with individuals and families to help identify their needs, develop their long-term recovery plans, connect them with available community resources, and help meet their long-term recovery goals- one step at a time. This includes identifying resources in the community to meet the needs of our clients, while working with our community partners and the area Long Term Recovery Committees.
Our partnership extends to the service organizations that have been and will continue to be here for the communities impacted to provide vital services to those affected by the spring storms.
Even if you did not receive assistance immediately after the storms, help may still be available. To qualify for assistance with the Oklahoma Disaster Relief Project, you must have unmet, disaster-related needs. These can include housing repairs and materials, relocation costs, furniture and appliances, medical, spiritual and mental health, transportation, and more.
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