Ice Storm 2020 Resources

Ice Storm 2020

OG&E informed us that power was restored to all properties by the end of the day on Monday, 11/9/2020. If you still do not have power, please inspect your property for additional damage to the house, weather head, meter socket, service bracket, or service cable. Repairs to the property, weather head, meter socket, service bracket, or service cable are the responsibility of the property owner.

Legal – If you are a renter and still without power, please contact your landlord. As a renter, you may have legal options if you if your landlord is slow or refusing to make necessary repairs. Legal Aid of Oklahoma is a resource for support in taking legal options.

If your landlord not making repairs – here is an additional resource from Legal Aid about How To Get Your Landlord to Make Repairs.

Food Resources – There are many food pantries providing assistance and you can visit the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank for local pantry information – https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/get-help

Veterans may contact the Oklahoma Department of Veteran Affairs to inquire about financial assistance.They can be reached at https://odva.ok.gov/ or 405.523.4000.

Debris Removal – The Southern Baptist Convention of Oklahoma Response Disaster Relief Recovery teams help homeowners recover from tornadoes, ice storms, wildfires, and floods. A homeowner anywhere in Oklahoma can request help by calling the number below. While disaster volunteers will work to meet all possible needs, Priority will be given to the elderly, people with disabilities, people with access and functional needs and single mothers. Due to high call volume you may prefer to use the web form to request assistance. Click here to access form.

 

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