Eye exams and eye triage at Moore Community Center

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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The Dean McGee Eye Institute will offer an eye triage clinic to emergency responders and those impacted by the storm at the Central Command Center located at the Moore Community Center, 301 S. Howard Avenue (SW 4th and I-35).

Dr. Dana Garber will be examining eyes and offering on-scene care…

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Car seats for affected families

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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Hope Pregnancy Center is providing child car seats to those impacted by the storms this week. Visit www.obhc.org/hope or call our South Center (405-688-8700/ 82nd & S. Penn) or our North Center (405-755-5433/10327 N. May) to arrange for a car seat.

Free Haircuts for Volunteers and those Affected

posted over 5 years ago by Chris
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Sarah, a stylist at Starlite salon in OKC, has offered free haircuts or wash and styles to any victims or volunteers with identification.

You can contact her directly at 405-305-2357.

FEMA Assistance Phone Number

posted over 5 years ago by Chris
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For those in need of FEMA Assistance, the phone number is:

1-800-621-3362

Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in these affected areas are encouraged to apply for assistance by registering online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov, or by web-enabled mobile device at m.fema.gov, or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). Survivors who use TTY,…

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More Help/Volunteer Resources

posted over 5 years ago by Chris
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From College of Liberal Studies friend Kyle Butcher OU Housing and Food Operations Manager:

Want to Volunteer? check out http://www.ou.edu/leadandvolunteer.html

Want to donate? Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10. Or bring needed items to campus/area drop-offs (water, Gatorade, baby wipes, formula, diapers, individual wrapped snacks).

The disaster crisis line

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Help For Tornado Victims

posted over 5 years ago by Chris
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A recent update on the locations and ways to give and get help:

A Helping Hand: JourneyChurch.tv, near Tecumseh Road and I-35 in Norman is coordinating a lot of resources and has a great listing here: https://www.facebook.com/journeychurchtv, and is accepting donations of personal items, clothing and items for the…

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Funeral Arrangement donation

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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We have been notified that Primrose Funeral Home of Norman will handle the arrangements of any of those lost in the tornado at no charge to the families.

http://www.dignitymemorial.com/primrose-funeral-service/en-us/index.page

City of Moore Animal Welfare Update

posted over 5 years ago by CityofMoore
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The Animal Shelter located at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds is not accepting public volunteers at this time.

They are accepting volunteers who have expertise as a vet, vet tech, or animal rescue. The reasoning for this is protect public health as the animals that are coming in are potential…

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24 hour Urgent Care Clinic Established

posted over 5 years ago by morgan
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The First Baptist Church of Moore (301 NE 27th) now has the capacity to see patients around the clock. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. Less emergent medical needs can be met at the First Baptist Church urgent care clinic. You can also get medical supplies,…

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Free Counseling for Moore Survivors & Responders

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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From PRWeb

Give an Hour is offering mental health services to anyone, including young children, who have been affected by this tornado,

Mental health professionals interested in joining Give an Hour can complete an easy online form at http://www.giveanhour.org.

Those seeking help from Give an Hour can visit http://www.giveanhour.org and…

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Survivor Relief - First Baptist Church of Moore

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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See below for another location at a local church that is a relief area for victims. Services offered to anyone.

LOCATION: 1st Baptist Church of Moore (301 NE 27th St., OKC, Ok, 73160) SERVICES OFFERED: Showers, beds, hot meals, take-away food, water, clothes, toiletries, etc ... all living requirements needed.…

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Are you driving into Town with a Bunch of Supplies?

posted over 5 years ago by morgan
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That's great. Are you not sure where you should take all of the supplies? Check the front page (Community Updates) on this page for the most recent needs and drop-off locations around town. Or contact other local organizations directly to see what they need. That is the best answer we…

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Needed Donations at First Baptist Church of Moore

posted over 5 years ago by morgan
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We need: shovels and rakes, tarps, heavy-duty construction style garbage bags, flashlights, sunscreen and laundry soap. THANK YOU.

Address: 301 NE 27th St, Moore OK

Scam Reporting

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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OK Attorney General Scott Pruitt is taking a tough stance on scams and profiteering from this disaster. If you experience price gouging or suspect charity fraud with donations, call the AG's Office hotline immediately at (405) 521-2029. Investigators are on the ground at multiple locations.

Click here for details

Cap and gown replacements for Seniors

posted over 5 years ago by caitria
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For the students that are graduating. If you have lost your cap and gown please contact your local Jostens Representative 405-759-2595. Moore High School students please contact Stanley Graduation Services out of Edmond 405-607-4346 they are assisting with anyone who is needing caps and gowns