Several Organizations Providing Resources To Those Affected By Tornado Damage

Several organizations are ready to help those impacted by severe weather and the first responders and volunteers who are dedicating their time to the recovery process.

Monday, April 29th 2024, 11:23 am

By: News 9, Jordan Ryan


After severe storms over the weekend, many Oklahomans are in need of resources.

Several organizations are ready to respond quickly to help those impacted, as well as the first responders and volunteers dedicating their time to the recovery process.

The American Red Cross of Oklahoma has shelters open in Sulphur and Ardmore. Mass care and feeding responses are ongoing.

RELATED: Red Cross Establishing Shelters In Oklahoma Counties After Day Of Severe Weather

Oklahoma Southern Baptist Disaster Relief has two chainsaw teams in Morris and has provided at least 200 meals. They say anyone in need of resources should call (844) 690 - 9198.

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)-trained chaplains are also available for affected residents and first responders.

The Salvation Army is providing meals to first responders in Murray County and Love County. Emotional and spiritual care workers are also available. They are also assisting with cleanup.

State officials are asking anyone affected by storms to report damages at damage.ok.gov as it will help emergency managers coordinate recovery.

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