Purpose: Catholic Charities Disaster Case Management program is currently serving those impacted by
the April 19th, 2023 Tornado.
Who: Survivors impacted by the tornado in Pottawatomie County with outstanding damage or impacts
that do not have the resources to fully recover on their own. Examples:
• If you still have storm damage
• If you have struggled with the FEMA or SBA process, or if insurance is not working with you
• If your landlord will not make repairs and need a Legal Aid referral or need to relocate
• If you had damaged essential furniture (beds) or appliances, and have not been able to replace
• If any utilities are still non-functional due to the disaster
1. Survivors should contact Catholic Charities Pottawatomie County Office at
Please leave your name, number, and a brief description of the disaster impact
2. A disaster case manager will reach out to learn more about impact, household resources, gap in
need, and repairs/recovery needed to reestablish household. Please be prepared to describe
your damage, what steps you have taken to address the damage, and what your priorities are
3. If the disaster case manager establishes a disaster need for which resources may be available,
releases will be signed, and the case opened.
Call American Red Cross for assistance!
Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management & Homeland Security
Report Storm Damage Here!
Oklahoma homeowners, renters, and business owners should report recent storm-related damages online:
***211 Resource Hotline
Call 2-1-1 for 24/7 support. If you are impacted by current events and need a listening ear, dial 2-1-1, anytime of the day or night, and you’ll be connected with someone who truly cares and wants to help.
988 Suicide &
Your life matters. We want to help you find hope. Text 9-8-8 if you are struggling emotionally or thinking about suicide.
***Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
If you have questions about power restoration and what to do to make sure your home or business can receive power, please visit the Storm Center:
Shelter & Hot Meals
200 E. Ninth Street, Shawnee OK
Serving dinner nightly at 6:00PM.
Overnight shelter is available.
DEBRIS & CLEAN-UP
Rose Rock Habitat for Humanity
Tree Work & Debris Cleanup
Homeowners: Those needing tree work, debris cleanup, or roof tarping, call 405-476-3943. No cost for homeowners!
SUPPLIES & FOOD
3rd Saturday of the Month: 10:00am-Noon
Closed: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays
120 S Center, Shawnee OK
***Legacy Parenting Center
Emergency Diaper Assistance
Diapers, wipes, formula. For families in Pott. Co and surrounding cities. Call for curbside pick up, Mon-Thurs 9:30AM-3:00PM.
126 S. Center Street, Shawnee OK
Citizen Potawatomi Nation
Were you affected by the tornado? We can help! We serve all tribal members living within Cleaveland, Lincoln, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties. *Must be a member of a federally recognized tribe to qualify.*
Workforce & Social Services
1549 Workforce Drive, Shawnee OK
Durable Medical Equipment
Lost or damaged durable medical equipment?
Email [email protected]
or call 580-364-3554
Grace Community Church
808 E. Highland, Tecumseh OK
Our clothes closet is ready to help you! We have men’s, women’s, children’s clothes & shoes. Call us anytime before 8PM, and we will open to bless you!
Please call: 405-323-1405