RELIEF FOR NEIGHBORS
Immediately following the storm, with the help of neighbors here and all across the U.S., NAM was able to complete PHASE I of its Relief for Neighbors Initiative by providing emergency food, clothing, cleaning items, bedding, hygiene items, baby formula, diapers, etc. to more than 6,000 neighbors in need. NAM has now transitioned to PHASE II, which focuses on providing long-term relief assistance.
With monetary donations and the help of trained volunteer caseworkers, NAM is assessing interim needs for seniors, the disabled and families with young children for:
and a host of other basic needs to help families stabilize after the storm.
Flood-Related Relief Assistance is available on a walk-in basis, up to 25 families per day, first-come, first-served. No appointment is necessary.
Vocational Training – many have lost their jobs permanently and find themselves having to explore new fields of opportunity.
Behavioral Health is extremely critical after a disaster of this magnitude. Many of the families NAM is serving have rebuilt two or more times in less than a decade.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
DONATE TO NAM’S RELIEF FOR NEIGHBORS
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