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Community Coalition working on recovery from the April-May 2017 Flooding of Neosho and the greater Newton County area, Missouri.

Community Updates

Flood Resource Links from University of Missouri Extension

posted 2 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Rehabbing Flooded Houses: A Guide for Builders and Contractors · http://www.huduser.org/Publications/pdf/Rehab_FloodedHouses.pdf

Mold control resources · http://extension.missouri.edu/webster/mold-control.aspx

Septic Systems: After the Flood · https://www.extension.umn.edu/extreme-weather/flood/docs/UMExtension-SepticSystems-2011.pdf

Safe Drinking Water in an Emergency · http://extension.missouri.edu/p/EMW1026

Shock-Chlorinating Your Well (Procedure for killing disease-causing bacteria in 6-inch diameter water wells) · http://extension.missouri.edu/webster/documents/resources/water/Shock-ChlorinatingWaterWell.HDT.pdf

USDA Service Center office…

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Rental Assistance Now Available.

posted 5 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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The Missouri Housing Development Commission has released disaster relief funds for flood survivors to community action agencies. These funds are available for rental assistance by contacting their local Community Action Agency:

Economic Security Corporation of the Southwest Area (ESC) 302 South Joplin Ave. Joplin, MO 64802 Contact: Tammy Walker (417)…

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Redings Mill Boil Order Lifted

posted 10 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Redings Mill Fire Protection District

We were advised about 7:30 pm on 05/12/17 that the boil order for the water system in the Village of Redings Mill has been lifted.

Register with neosho.recovers.org

posted 12 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Please tell those affected by the flood to register their need on our database. Helping organizations will pull these needs from our database and contact those who have registered. www.neosho.recovers.org

Missed the MARC? Call Red Cross 571-422-7390 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

posted 13 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Missed the MARC? Call Red Cross 571-422-7390 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Need Someone to talk to? Disaster Distress Helpline 24/7 call or text

posted 14 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Need someone to talk to? "Don't let one disaster lead to another". 24/7 confidential Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 or Text TalkWithUs to 66746 https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline

Mold killing Info from Missouri Extension

posted 14 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Research-based guides from MU Extension on how to control and remove mold. Useful after flooding. MU Extension http://ow.ly/aLVh30bxIWU

Contribute to the Long Term Recovery Fund

posted 15 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Contributions to the Long Term Recovery Committee may he made at any area CBT location or can be mailed to LTRC Long Term Recovery Committee 100 S. Wood Street Neosho, Mo. 64850

Tide Loads of Hope Opens approx 9 a.m. tomorrow Open 9-5 Wal Mart Parking Lot

posted 15 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Tide Loads of Hope Opens approx 9 a.m. tomorrow Open 9-5 Wal Mart Parking Lot

FEMA Declaration Step One

posted 16 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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FEMA Region VII received a request from the State of Missouri for Joint Public Assistance (PA) Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDA) due to the flooding that started on April 28th and continuing. FEMA Region VII staff will support the State of Missouri in conducting joint PA PDAs in the following counties:…

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Volunteers Needed This Weekend!

posted 17 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Volunteers are needed this weekend! Please sign up at www.neosho.recovers.org Weather forecast calls for a beautiful weekend. Sign up if you can spare a few hours to help Neosho/Newton County Recover.

Granby Residents- Recovery, clean up & vaccinations info

posted 17 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Saturday, May 6th at 10:00 a.m. volunteers will be at the Granby PD to offer damage assessments and free vaccinations to Granby residents. They will also have information on many other resources which are available. We also have some supplies on hand to help with cleanup efforts. You do not…

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Missed the MARC? Call Red Cross 571-422-7390 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

posted 17 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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PRESS RELEASE (for immediate delivery)

May 5, 2017

Newton County Emergency Management Joins Partners in Opening Resource Center for Disaster Survivors “One-Stop Shop” Offering Relief and Recovery Resources Opens May 8th, 2017 in the Lampo Building in Neosho, Missouri. Neosho, Missouri - 5/5/2017 – Newton County Emergency Management is partnering…

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BOIL ORDER REDINGS MILL

posted 17 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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REDINGS MILL, Mo. - The advisory went into effect Thursday night, and will remain in effect until further notice. Officials are asking residents to boil water for one minute prior to drinking or use bottled water. Officials plan to send off the water to have it sampled for testing. Residents…

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Tide Loads of Hope

posted 17 days ago by Rebeccaw from Neosho/Newton County Flood Recovery Info
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Tide loads of hope truck will be here midday Sunday. Plans are to setup at Wal Martand be ready for service late Sunday or Monday morning.

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List what you can bring rather than dropping it off. We will contact you!

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