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Resources for Oklahoma Residents Affected by Tornado Damage

Help you apply for FEMA disaster assistance and guide you to other resources to help you recover.

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FEMA app to make it more accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, so it is more visual with photos and graphics, and is also written in plain language. The app has information on the nearest shelters, and if there is a federally-declared disaster in Oklahoma, people can apply for FEMA services directly through the app. People can also add multiple locations and zip codes, so if they have friends or family in different cities, they can get alerts for those areas as well. 

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American Red Cross’s website offers several disaster recovery guides as well as information on finding open shelters, registering for safe and well listings

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If you lose your home or suffer damages, you will want to file a claim against your insurance policy but may have questions about how the insurance settlement process works. The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) offers this overview of what you might expect and how to deal with your insurance claim to make the process easier.

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