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As our community heals from Hurricane Florence, we are sharing resources that are relevant to families with young children.  As you identify services, we recommend checking an organization’s Facebook page in addition to the links, since many are posting relief changes frequently.

It is amazing to see communities coming together as we recover.  We want you to know that we are here to help your family in any way that we can.

Talking with Children

Food & Supplies

Clean-Up & Debris Removal Help

  • Crisis Help Hotline (Harrelson Center): 1-800-451-1954 for free help with debris removal, muck out work, tree cutting
  • NC Disaster Call Center: (888)-440-9167 free help with tarping, debris removal, flood damage organized by United Methodist Church
  • Samaritan’s Purse Wilmington call (910) 520-1375
  • Port City Proud a Wrightsville Beach-based group of construction and building professionals who clear trees and debris so our neighbors can have access to their homes and start the recovery process.
  • Lifepoint Church has shifted its focus to cleanup. Helpline 910-660-1320

Volunteering

Housing

Health

  • Teladoc Offers free telehealth services to individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Florence.  Call designated hotline at 855-756-8708 or visit teladoc.com/Florence.
  • Magellan Health Offers free, confidential counseling and other resources, such as referrals to local non-profit organizations, shelters and additional community-based support. Call 800-327-7451.
  • Rx Open by Healthcare Ready. Find nearby open pharmacies.
  • Disaster Distress Helpline  Offers a 24/7, 365-day-a–year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling and additional resource links.

Info & Links