“One-Stop Shop” Offering Relief and Recovery Resources Tuesday & Wednesday
The American Red Cross is partnering with the Bad River Band Reservation, governmental agencies, community programs and non-profits to open a “one-stop shop” for area residents affected by flooding. The Multi-Agency Relief Center (MARC) will be open Tuesday 1:00 – 8:00p.m.and Wednesday 9:00a.m. – 1:00p.m.at the Bad River Band Tribal Community Center at 72772 Elm Street in Odanah.
Anyone affected by flooding in Northern Wisconsin is encouraged to attend.
Trained Red Cross caseworkers will be available at the MARC to help people create personal recovery plans, navigate paperwork, and locate assistance for their specific disaster-caused needs. Representatives from several government, nonprofit, religious and/or disaster relief organizations will also be on hand to assist residents including:
- American Red Cross
- Bad River Department of Social Services
- Brick Ministries
- Northlakes Clinic
- Salvation Army
- Additional partners are yet to confirm
Since the flooding, the Red Cross has provided residents with financial support for emergency needs like food, shelter and clothing along with personal hygiene kits and blankets. In addition, they are supporting health needs along with being a compassionate shoulder to lean on. Red Cross workers have:
- Served 614 meals & snacks so far
- Provided 341 cases/gallons of bottled water
- Distributed more than 400 Clean-up Kits plus 1618 additional relief supplies
- Deployed 59 trained responders
“On behalf of the Bad River Band, we’d like to extend our sincere gratitude for everything the Red Cross and other partnering agencies have done in light of the flood situation. Every donation, volunteer, good thoughts and prayers matter.” shared Dylan Jennings, Public Information Officer for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior.
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