Official twitter account for the American Red Cross. Follow them for disaster and preparedness updates.
Provides a variety of safety guides on how to prepare for different types of disasters.
Provides a compilation of disaster resources and services from several U.S. government agencies in a simple website where you can apply for numerous programs through a single application.
Explains what disaster assistance and housing needs assistance are, who qualifies, and what other services FEMA offers, provides an online application and apply-by-phone directions, and allows users to check the status of their applications and find out how they can spend their assistance money.
Provides money and services to people in a disaster area when losses are not covered by insurance and property has been damaged or destroyed. Visit their website to apply, learn more about assistance programs and access other resources.
Arranges for free air transportation by private aircraft to distant medical facilities when commercial service is not available, impractical or simply not affordable. Serves patients in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida.
Provides detailed guides on what to do before, during and after specific emergency situations, compiled by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.
Provides a database with local hubs for emergency recovery, including resource, assistance requests, and volunteer/donation opportunities.
Provides food and shelter in times of disaster. Contact information for local branches on the website.
The South Carolina Arts Commission provides preparedness and recovery tools to create a disaster plan that will help artists and arts organizations function during an emergency and recover afterwards.
Provides replacement benefits for regular food stamp recipients who lose food in a disaster and extends benefits to many households which would not ordinarily be eligible but suddenly need food assistance. The benefits are delivered via Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards, which can expedite and mainstream the relief process for victims. Contact your state's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to apply.
Provides a place for the general public to donate art supplies and other items to artists in need, and for artists in need to find donated items to continue their art careers.
An information toolkit to help artists be disaster ready and disaster resilient. A self-help resource geared for artists at all career levels. Includes information for before, during and after emergencies to protect, salvage and recover artwork and work spaces.
Connects callers with community services in their area, providing services like food banks, clothing closets, shelters, rent assistance, utility assistance and physical and mental health resources.
Links to local Red Cross websites are searchable by zip code. General information about disaster services, health and safety services, emergency preparation and other programs offered by the Red Cross is available.