DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY RECOVERY WEBSITES ESTABLISHED
posted over 1 year ago by AZielinski from Douglas County Sheriff's Office
Douglas County is seeking information about damages that citizens incurred during the winter storm of February 24. We are attempting to try and document damages in case that there might be any Federal assistance available. If you have damages from the February winter/snow storm please go to the website: http://dcso.com/storm/ fill out the form the best you can. Even if you have already repaired the damage we are still interested in the information.
There is no guarantee that any assistance will become available, however this is the only way we can understand how severely the storm impacted the citizens of Douglas County.
In addition, the Douglas County Community Organizations Active in Disasters (DCCOAD) in partnership with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office have set up a website through Recovers.org to assist with the basic needs of those affected by the recent snowstorm. If any Douglas County residents are still in need of assistance or want to offer assistance we encourage them to visit the Douglas County Recovers website at https://roseburgdisaster.recovers.org/. This site is a means through which you can offer assistance in cash, materials, and/or time, to the community of Douglas County in this disaster. It is also where you can request assistance.
The Recovers website and program was developed by Co-founders Caitria and Morgan O’Neill after an EF3 tornado impacted their hometown of Monson Massachusetts. The program has been used successfully in many communities.
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