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...meeting immediate and long-term needs of those effected by disaster



May 6, 2015 Bridge Creek Tornado and Central Oklahoma Flooding

For those affected by these storms, two Multi-Agency Resource Centers have been establishing by Oklahoma VOAD to provide immediate assistance and long-term support.


  • Bridge Creek Upper Elementary School - 2209 E Sooner Rd., Blanchard, OK

  • LDS Church - 2440 SW 55th St, Oklahoma City, OK


Both sites will be open Sunday, May 10, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Monday, May 11, 2015 to Friday, May 15, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

If you have additional questions about Catholic Charities' services available, please call 405-523-3028.


About the Disaster Relief Program  In times of disaster, Catholic Charities is prepared and ready to help.  We recognize the value of coordinating disaster response and recovery through the sharing of resources, people, technical assistance and other support.

Formally established in 1990, the Catholic Charities USA Disaster Response Office was created through an agreement between the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (now the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops) and Catholic Charities USA. 

From the 2005 hurricanes in the Gulf to winter floods in the northeast to spring tornadoes in the south and mid-west, Catholic Charities agencies respond with tremendous compassion, commitment and speed.

Relief and recovery services are provided at the local level by Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City. Long-term comprehensive case management is available to assist families in developing and implementing a recovery plan to help stabilize their household and achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Services  While our response is intended to address long-term needs in the community, we also provide critical services to meet immediate needs.

  • Counseling, outreach and referral services
  • Emergency assistance funds for food, shelter, clothing and other necessities
  • Vouchers for financial assistance to families affected by the disaster
  • Networking with other agencies and organizations
  • Providing volunteers to assist in disaster relief
  • Advocacy for survivors and their family

These services are provided regardless of religion, race, creed, or socio-economic status. 

Resources  Below are some resources you might find helpful in dealing with a disaster.


Children and Disasters

What to do After a Disaster

Cleaning Up and Returning Home After a Disaster



Ashley Moore, Director
Phone: 405.523.3028
Toll Free: 1.800.375.8514
Fax: 405.523.3030


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