MISSOURI (KFVS) - The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency is working with state, local, faith-based and volunteer agencies to provide one-stop shops to help families impacted by flooding.
A total of 15 Multi-Agency Resource Centers were selected across the state. In three locations the MARCs will be open for two days.
The centers provide trained workers who can identify resources for assistance with housing, public assistance, mental health counseling or to help understand insurance policies and the claim filing process.
Below is the full listing of MARC dates and locations. Centers are open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Residents impacted by flooding can attend any MARCs that suit their schedule.
Flood survivors should bring proof of address. Free child care is available.
Flood survivors are also encouraged to use United Way 211 for information on things like shelters, clothing and assistance with cleaning and sanitizing homes after flooding.
SEMA partners in the MARCs include the American Red Cross, Missouri Department of Social Services, Missouri Department of Mental Health, Missouri Department of Insurance, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Catholic Charities, Society of St. Vincent DePaul, The Salvation Army and Convoy of Hope.