Here is a comprehensive list of items that can be donated to flood victims and where you can bring them.
The Washington County Family YMCA will accept bottled water and cleaning supplies for distribution to workers and residents affected by the flood.
C.A.R.E PREGNANCY CENTER- Maternity and Children’s clothing up to size 6
607 W Market St, Salem, IN 47167
Open M 10-3, T 10-6, Th 10-3, F 10-3pm
CLOTHED IN CHRIST:
Located at Southern Hills Church, Attn: Jessica McKinely
Hwy 135 N Salem, IN 47167
Located at First Christian Church open every Wednesday 12-3 pm
305 E. Walnut Street Salem, IN 47167
Furniture, toys, clothes, etc.
400 S. Main Street Salem, IN 47167
Open M-Sa 9am-9pm, Sun 11a-7p
Emergency Flood 2017
Clerk Treasurer’s Office, Attn: Sally Hattabaugh
201 E. Market Street #101
Salem, IN 47167
If you are unable to directly drop off donations at the organizations above, please contact the YMCA at 812-883-YMCA to coordinate arrangements.
RED CROSS – Initial referral Brandy Graham- Disaster Program Specialist
RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
Washington County Emergency Management (EMA)
801 South Jackson St.
Salem, IN 47167
- Desi Alexander- EMA Director 812-883-4962 Opt. #2
- Meredith “Pete” Peters- Volunteer Coordinator for residences and businesses 812-620-5835, [email protected]
Volunteers wishing to work:
Contact Meredith “Pete” Peters- works with Desi Alexander at EMA office at 812-620-5835
CLEAN UP KITS
Clean Up kits at First Christian Church and EMA Office on Anson Street
Cina Bogdas, Secretary at First Christian Church 812-883-4506
*Maybe Vouchers for Wal-Mart to flood victims- must be on a list
RESOURCE REFERRAL TO ASSIST WITH NEEDS
CAPS is a voluntary home-based case management service free to families with children 0-17 years of age who are not otherwise receiving preventative case management services.
It provides short-term goal oriented services to help families meet their maximum self-sufficiency potential.
By connecting families with resources needed to strengthen them, as well as educating them on things such as parenting techniques, we hope to decrease the prevalence of child abuse and neglect in our communities.
For questions or concerns, contact the Program Manager, at 812-288-4304 ext, 327