Disaster Update: Wildfires in Oklahoma

Disaster Update

Oklahoma

Across Oklahoma, more than 36,000 meals, snacks and bottles of water have been served to date.

Distribution of rakes, shovels, sifter boxes and dust masks is happening across the affected area as needed. Nearly 600 comfort kits and other bulk items have been distributed to date.

Statewide, Red Cross caseworkers have opened cases with more than 350 families.

Across Oklahoma, Red Cross has fielded more than 200 Red Cross workers in response to the disaster.

The Red Cross shelter in Mannford has closed, and families are moving forward with their recovery. The Red Cross remains on the job in all areas affected to provide Red Cross assistance and connect residents with our partner agencies who are prepared to help with longer term needs.

1 Resource Center remains open with partner agencies at: Mannford, OK First United Methodist Church, 100 E. Greenwood

Creek County:
First United Methodist Church, 100 E. Greenwood Avenue, Mannford.
Hours: noon -7:00pm, Sunday through Wednesday

2 Red Cross Emergency Aid Stations are open in Creek County at:

Olive Baptist Church
9372 S. 433rd W. Ave.
Drumright, OK
Hours: Monday through Wednesday, 1pm – 6pm

Freedom Hill Baptist Church
9914 S. Hwy 48
Mannford, OK
Hours: Monday through Wednesday, 1pm – 6pm

Oklahoma County:
Contact number for Red Cross assistance in Oklahoma County to call and schedule appointments is 405-228-9500.

Cleveland County:
Contact number for Red Cross assistance in Cleveland County to call is 405-228-9500.

Payne County:
Contact number for Red Cross assistance in Payne County is (405) 372-1833.

How to Help:
Financial donations to Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org click make a donation.
Text REDCROSS to 90999 for $10 donation
Call – 1-800-REDCROSS

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