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The Salvation Army Awarded FEMA Grant to Continue 2015 Winter Flood Recovery Efforts

St. Louis, Mo. – The Salvation Army Midland Division has been named as a Provider Agency of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) grant to respond to the long term recovery needs of survivors of the winter 2015 flood. The FEMA grant along with public donations to The Salvation Army will allow for the expansion of its Disaster Recovery Services staff to continue meeting the long term recovery needs of flood survivors.

Over the next 10 months, The Salvation Army will leverage its private funds with federal funds to commit approximately $1 million to help alleviate ongoing hardships faced by the individuals and families who lost so much and to restore their households following the flood.

As of December 2016, The Salvation Army Midland Division has spent more than $300,000 for 2015 Winter Storm relief. Further monies will be utilized not only to employ additional full-time staff with the DCMP Grant, but also to give direct assistance to survivors whose needs range from appliance replacement to total rebuilding of homes.

The Salvation Army was chosen as the Region “A” Provider Agency for FEMA’s Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) Grant, covering the northern half of the federally declared area of Missouri. The DCMP Grant was awarded to the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (MoSEMA) and is managed by Lutheran Family & Children Services of Missouri.

In December of 2015 rain storms across Missouri and Illinois resulted in overflowing rivers and flash floods across the bi-state area. The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) team provided immediate material, emotional, and spiritual care to over 1500 individuals.

The Salvation Army has worked closely with partner agencies such as The American Red Cross and St. Francis Community Services, as well as the local county COADs (Community Organizations Active in Disasters), LTRCs (Long Term Recovery Committees) and The United Way.

Most flood survivors have been contacted by a representative from their local COAD’s Long Term Recovery Committee and those with unmet needs will receive follow-up from disaster case managers with The Salvation Army. 2015 Winter Flood survivors who were not yet contacted by phone or mail may apply for assistance by calling The United Way 211 line.

For more information on how to donate or volunteer to support the flood survivors, visit or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

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