Bringing HOPE Into Crisis
Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, is comprised of over 185 Greater Austin churches and thousands of trained volunteers bringing hope into crisis. We prepare, train and equip our network of volunteers in advance to meet the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of those impacted. Our primary goal is to sponsor families affected by disaster through our Disaster Relief Shepherd Program, walking with survivors through recovery until they are back on their feet and in a clean and safe home. ADRN funds the rebuilding/repair of homes and provides emergency financial support to survivors in need.
ADRN responds to small and large disasters within our community and collaborates with the city and state agencies. Since 2009, ADRN has brought emotional, physical and spiritual relief to more than 43,000 individuals and sponsored more than 3,050 families. ADRN has also experienced nearly 20,000 in training attendance.
2019 End of the Year Report
The ADRN Story: 10 Years of Transforming Lives
The Bullard Family's Story, Hill Country Flood Survivors 2018
Highland Lakes Crisis Network forms in response to Hill Country Floods - Light of Hope Panel
National Training Academy