Disaster Assistance Resources

General Assistance Resources

Are you a survivor of a recent natural disaster in Missouri and in need of assistance?
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How You Can Help

Missourians can lend a hand to disaster survivors at home or around the world by donating their time, products or money to legitimate charitable organizations.


February is Earthquake Awareness Month

During Earthquake Awareness Month in February, Missourians are encouraged to learn about earthquakes hazards and how to be prepared for them. Read more...

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Missourians Take Part in Earthquake Drill

On Oct. 16, more than 460,000 Missourians participated in the Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill. Read more...

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Preparing for Tornadoes and Severe Storms

Missourians are encouraged to use Severe Weather Awareness Week to learn about protecting against tornadoes, severe storms, lightning and flooding. Read more...

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Federal Disaster Declaration for Northern Missouri

President Barack Obama approved Gov. Jay Nixon's disaster request for a severe storm that hit Sept. 9-10. Read more...

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Upcoming Events

  • February is Earthquake Awareness Month
    Missouri's New Madrid Seismic Zone is the most active earthquake zone east of the Rocky Mountains. Learn how to prepare for earthquakes here.
  • Missouri's Severe Weather Awareness Week will be March 2-7, 2015
    The 40th Annual Statewide Tornado Drill will be held March 3 at 1:30 p.m. Learn more about severe weather preparedness at stormaware.mo.gov.
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Contact Your Local Emergency Management Agency

Your county or municipal emergency management director is the best source of information on local conditions and programs, along with assistance that may be available due to a recent federal disaster declaration.

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