Recovery Response Call Center
A central resource to help citizens obtain the information and resources they need in the aftermath of the storm. Alabamians with questions regarding state government assistance can call the toll free number 1-866-465-2241 and speak directly with someone who can help assist them with their needs.
This call center is operating as a phone-bank only, and calls will be answered daily from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Concerned citizens who wish to volunteer their time or make donations can volunteer through the Governor's Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at 877-273-5018 or www.servealabama.gov.
Price Gouging and Looting
Attorney General Strange's office releases this note
FEMA & AEMA Assistance Information
Here are some of the numbers you'll need
The state's major insurance companies have established various mobile claims centers across affected areas of the state to facilitate the handling of citizens' claims from Wednesday's storms. The Department of Insurance will be staffed from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The contact number is 334-269-3550. There are also email links and complaint forms available on the Department's website, www.aldoi.gov.
NOAA Tornado Statistics
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration releases these stats.
MONTGOMERY RED CROSS
Make checks out to American Red Cross and earmark "Alabama Tornadoes".
American Red Cross
5051 Woods Crossing
Montgomery, Al 36106
LIFESOUTH BLOOD CENTER
Before and After
THIS is what sections of Tuscaloosa looked like before and after the tornado.
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