Floods: ADRN Response Update

ADRN FIELD UPDATE/NEEDS: 105 homes with major flood damage in three areas within Travis County (Thoroughbred Farms area, Dove Springs and Tucker Hill/River Road) Families are asking ADRN for gift cards, hotel vouchers and beyond so minimally we are estimating to spend $50k over the next 3-5 days to support emergency needs of survivors ADRN teams are deployed in the field assisting survivors, providing emotional care and meeting their immediate financial needs. HAM Radio teams are in the field for communication efforts Logistics and ADRN leadership are coordinating additional volunteer opportunities to relieve some of the teams in the field. For additional deployments, click here >> Clean-up efforts are underway. Volunteers needed to help >>   Give to help ADRN support the needs of families. An estimated 50K is needed to help meet immediate needs, emergency groceries, gas and housing. Minimally $200,000 will be needed to help rebuild/repair and clean up surivovrs’ homes seeking assistance. TEXT “AUSTINRELIEF” to 444999 or CLICK HERE TO GIVE >>

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Floods: Clean Up Volunteers Needed

ADRN is deploying to help assist flood families needing clean up and muck out of their homes. Volunteers DO NOT need to be ADRN trained. Community, Individuals and Small Groups are all welcome to help in the coming weeks. A list of what to bring, what to wear and check in details are provided on the following link. Two shifts are provided. Cleanup is estimated to last several weeks. All volunteer deployments will be posted as need arises and efforts are coordinated. To view all opportunties, click here to view >>    

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ADRN Teams Deploy to Aid Flood Survivors

ADRN Disaster Assessment teams were deployed late Friday, May 27th to assess the areas impacted in Central Texas after heavy rains caused flooding. After sending out assessment teams into the field, ADRN realized the impact was greater than initially reported. Thoroughbred Farms was significantly impacted. Initial assessment estimates 54 homes with Major Damage (over 18 inches, or under 18 inches but with structural damage). This is the same area that was impacted in the Oct 30th Flood of 2015. River Road and Tucker Hill are other areas there could be many homes impacted; we are still waiting for assessment reports. TEAMS DEPLOYED WITHIN 24 HOURS TO PROVIDE RELIEF: Cleanup, Crisis Intervention, Chaplaincy and HAM Radio Communication teams deployed to help survivors and assess the damage to determine the coordination of clean-up and rebuild/repair needs. Clean up teams have been deployed since May 30th. Several areas of support are needed from volunteers. Click here to view all volunteer needs in response to this disaster >> or here on how you can help >> Donations are greatly needed. More than $200,000 in funding is required for clean up, repair and temporary relief to support these families, including emergency hotel accommodations and gift…

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