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New resource provides help for those affected by May 2010 flood

May. 26, 2011, 12:13 PM

(Vanderbilt University)

An additional resource for case management recently was launched for those still recovering from the May 2010 floods in Nashville and surrounding communities.

The Flood Recovery Network’s (615-567-3232) goal is to fill in the gaps and get people back into their homes as soon as possible. Callers requesting help will speak directly to a Flood Recovery Network representative who will begin assessing needs. Each call will be reviewed on an individual basis and managed accordingly.

The Flood Recovery Network has been established as an additional resource to ensure quality, customized and timely flood assistance for Tennesseans who still need help recovering from the May 2010 flood. The hotline is a streamlined system to provide information and customized assistance to flood survivors. Callers speak directly to a Flood Recovery Network representative who will begin assessing the needs of the flood survivor.

In addition, partners throughout the stateʼs long-term recovery community are providing aid to flood survivors who call the hotline – from rebuilding houses to mental health counseling and more.

Call the Flood Recovery Network at (615) 567-3232.

Read more about Vanderbilt resources established in response to the May 2010 flood.

Contact: Jude White, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, (615) 321-4939 ext. 135

jwhite@cfmt.org