Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding
Missouri Recovers from the Historic 2017 Flooding

As the waters recede from the record flooding Missouri experienced this spring, residents and businesses have been left with millions of dollars in damages, and Missourians are coming together to recover. The entire Missouri state government is committed to working with the federal and local government agencies, as well as businesses, non-profits, and individual citizens to accelerate the recovery effort. As part of that commitment, this website was created as a single source to help you easily and quickly find the information and disaster-related resources that you need.

Latest Recovery Updates:

  • SEMA/FEMA Preliminary Damage Assessment figures included in Gov. Eric Greitens’ federal major disaster declaration request show the following estimated damage and expenses:
    • $58 million in damage to public infrastructure and emergency response costs.
    • $28 million in housing and other individual and family losses, including furnishing, clothing and medicine along with expected temporary housing costs.
    • 369 houses destroyed.
    • 848 houses with major damage.
  • The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ Adult Abuse & Neglect Hotline has received a total of 15 calls from seniors or disabled adults with flood-related needs. Adult Protective Services staff responded to assist these flood survivors.
    • During emergencies, DHSS uses the hotline as another way for people to request assistance. To report a senior or disabled adult in need of flood assistance, call 1-800-392-0210.
  • This Memorial Day Weekend, faith-based and volunteer groups are participating in a wide variety of flood recovery work – including cleanup, mucking and gutting, mold sanitation, debris removal and donations management – from Newton County to Franklin County.
  • United Way 211 is the go-to source for 24/7 assistance with unmet flood recovery needs. Call 2-1-1 for assistance or contact 211 online.

 

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