In response to the devastating tornadoes across Kentucky and other states, AllOne Health wanted to remind all clients, employees, and family members that support and referral services are available to help those impacted.
Through your assistance program, clinicians are on-hand to provide mental health and emotional support in the aftermath of such a traumatic event. Additionally, work-life specialists are available to provide referrals to any emergency resources, housing, or other specific needs. Information can be provided for a variety of needs, including:
- Hotel Search
- Short Term Housing Options
- Transportation Options
- Pet Boarding Options
- Emergency Supplies
- Charitable and Community Resources
- and more…
Share FTC Resources
- Share these resources with your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors. Share tips, use your social network, or order free publications to hand out at events, like emergency preparedness and recovery workshops.
- Use this customizable one-page handout, Picking Up the Pieces After a Disaster. It has tips to help you avoid common post-disaster scams, protect your personal information, and get you back on your feet financially. You can add local consumer protection and emergency service contacts, print copies, and distribute them throughout your communities.
Other Government Resources
DisasterAssistance.gov —The site helps you:
- Find disaster assistance that meets your personal needs.
- Learn about more than 70 forms of assistance from 17 federal agencies.
- Apply for disaster assistance online.
- Check the status of your application.
- Find a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) near you.
- Find a hotel or get help with housing.
- Find programs to help with food and nutrition needs.
- Change the address for your Social Security, VA, or other federal benefits.
- Learn about Small Business Administration (SBA) loans for homeowners, renters, and businesses.
The site can also give you resources to help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters, including immediate needs, like how to:
- Evacuate or shelter in place.
- Find emergency shelter.
- Get food and water.
- Handle emergency medical situations until help arrives.
- Find family, friends, and even lost pets.
USA.gov — For questions about government services, but don’t know what agency to contact.
- Call: 1-844-USA-GOV1 (1-844-872-4681)
Active in your community? There’s also a customizable one-page handout, Picking Up the Pieces After a Disaster, with key tips drawn from the FTC’s site. You can add local consumer protection and emergency service contacts, print copies, and distribute them throughout your community.
In addition, the EAPA Association has compiled a helpful collection of resource links:
The entire AllOne Health team and family of companies is here to help. Management can always reach out for consultation on crisis response, resilience, and other relevant topics. Contact your assistance program for personalized support anytime.
Please share this information with family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues.
Thank you, and stay safe.