Recovery: Disaster assistance and volunteer opportunities
If you need help after Oklahoma’s recent tornadoes, the first step is to register with FEMA.
Oklahoma emergency management officials said victims shouldn’t self-assess their situations, they should go ahead and apply to see if any help is available for them.
Residents needing birth and death certificates can get help at Cleveland County Health Dept.
If you would like to volunteer to help with disaster relief, officials ask you register online so they can coordinate events and need.
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