Hotline connects flood victims to relief agencies for free debris cleanup

(Jordan Fouts/Elkhart Truth)
From now through March 17, several volunteer relief agencies in coordination with and Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster are staffing a free hotline for debris removal and home cleanup after the recent severe weather.
This service is available for flood victims in Indiana, Michigan and Illinois.
The hotline will connect survivors with reputable and vetted relief agencies that will assist in debris cleanup and mucking out, as they are able, after the recent floods. All services are free, but service is not guaranteed due to the overwhelming need. All debris will be taken to the curb to be disposed of by the municipality or homeowner.
Response times will vary while the teams receive and organize their response to help.
The hotline cannot assist with social services such as food, clothing, shelter, insurance, or questions about FEMA registration.
Those needing assistance with home cleanup from the recent flooding may call 800-451-1954. Organizations wishing to assist in the cleanup effort, and connect with victims, should register at

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