Fast Facts: Kansas 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

(Effective July 7, 2008; 8:00 am EST)

Consolidated relief information for Kansas:

  • 2 Shelters opened*
  • 2 Shelter overnight stays
  • 6,632 Meals served
  • 8,760 Snacks served
  • 4 Emergency Response Vehicles deployed
  • 2 Clean up kits distributed
  • 2 Comfort kits distributed
  • 140 Mental health contacts involved
  • 328 Health services contacts involved
  • 164 Red Cross workers involved

Term Definitions

* indicates a correction to yesterday’s numbers


Fast Facts: Wisconsin 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

(Effective July 7, 2008; 8:00 am EST)

Consolidated relief information for Wisconsin:

  • 34 Shelters opened*
  • 1,450 Shelter overnight stays
  • 24,511 Meals served
  • 47,001 Snacks served
  • 23 Emergency Response Vehicles deployed
  • 15,571 Clean up kits distributed
  • 2,859 Comfort kits distributed
  • 3,031 Mental health contacts involved
  • 2,085 Health services contacts involved
  • 973 Red Cross workers involved

Term Definitions

* indicates a correction to yesterday’s numbers


Fast Facts: Missouri/Illinois 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

(Effective July 7, 2008; 8:00 am EST)

Consolidated relief information for Missouri/Illinois:

  • 13 Shelters opened
  • 498 Shelter overnight stays
  • 46,080 Meals served
  • 34,242 Snacks served
  • 1 Emergency Response Vehicles deployed
  • 748 Clean up kits distributed
  • 153 Comfort kits distributed
  • 355 Mental health contacts involved
  • 266 Health services contacts involved
  • 549 Red Cross workers involved

Term Definitions

* indicates a correction to yesterday’s numbers


Fast Facts: The American Red Cross Response

July 7, 2008

(Effective July 7, 2008; 8:00 am EST)

Consolidated relief information for Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kansas, Illinois/Missouri, Nebraska, and West Virginia:

  • 113 Shelters opened*
  • 12,738 Shelter overnight stays
  • 382,826 Meals served
  • 630,726 Snacks served
  • 125 Emergency Response Vehicles deployed
  • 52,474 Clean up kits distributed
  • 17,705 Comfort kits distributed
  • 17,718 Mental health contacts involved
  • 14,842 Health services contacts involved
  • 4,689 Red Cross Workers involved

Term Definitions

* indicates a correction to yesterday’s numbers


Press Release: Indiana 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

AMERICAN RED CROSS DISASTER RESPONSE UPDATE – July 7, 2008

Contact: American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis; Ann Gregson: (317) 538-2269

INDIANAPOLIS, July 7, 2008 – People affected by the central and southern Indiana tornadoes and floods, who still need assistance with emergency disaster-caused needs, should go to the Red Cross office that serves their community during the hours listed below or call to make an appointment.

ALL LOCATIONS WILL BE OPEN FROM 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. MONDAY, JULY 7 – FRIDAY, JULY 11:

Bartholomew County
American Red Cross
Bartholomew-Brown County Chapter
931 Repp Dr., Columbus
812-379-9551

Jackson County
American Red Cross
Jackson County Chapter
410 Indianapolis Ave., Seymour
812-522-3888

Johnson County
American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis
Johnson County Service Center
3500 N. Morton St., Franklin
317-736-0650

Knox County
American Red Cross
Old Northwest Territory Chapter
316 Main St., Vincennes
812-882-2204

Morgan County
American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis
Morgan County Service Center
1789 E. Morgan, Martinsville
765-342-2705

Owen County
American Red Cross
Monroe County Chapter
411 E. 7th St., Bloomington
812-332-7292

Vigo County
American Red Cross
Wabash Valley Chapter
700 S. 3rd St., Terre Haute
812-232-3393

People seeking Red Cross assistance need to bring a valid photo ID and proof of residence with them.

INDIANA TORNADOES AND FLOODS FACTS AT A GLANCE, as of July 6, 2008

  • Families Seeking Red Cross Assistance: 3,502
  • Shelters Open: 19 (Red Cross opened a total of 19 shelters during this relief operation; none are currently open as all residents have secured other housing.)
  • Service Delivery Sites: 10 (Seven are currently open.)
  • Meals and Snacks: 138,702
  • Fixed Feeding Sites: 19 (Red Cross operated a total of 19 fixed feeding sites during this relief operation; none are currently open.)
  • Kitchens: 2 (None are currently open.)
  • Clean-up Kits Distributed (mop, bucket, bleach, etc.): 6,558
  • Comfort Kits Distributed: (personal care items) 2,945
  • Bulk Distribution Sites: 18 (Red Cross had a total of 18 distribution sites during this relief operation; none are currently open.)
  • Bulk Items Distributed: 191,561
  • Mental Health Contacts: 4,742
  • Health Services Contacts: 4,599
  • Emergency Response Vehicles: 36
  • Total Red Cross Workers on the Indiana relief operation: 963

All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people. You can help the victims of thousands of disasters across the country each year, disasters like the Indiana Tornadoes and Floods, by making a financial gift to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, which enables the Red Cross to provide shelter, food, counseling and other assistance to victims of disaster. The American Red Cross honors donor intent. If you wish to designate your donation to a specific disaster, please do so at the time of your donation. Contributions to the Disaster Relief Fund may be sent to the American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis at 441 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-3388 or to your local Red Cross chapter. Contributions can also be made by calling (317) 684-1441 or by visiting www.redcross-indy.org/donate.


Service Delivery Sites: Wisconsin 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

(Updated July 7, 2008; 3:37 pm EST)

Site and Shelter location information is subject to change without notice. Please check with your local chapter or call 1-866-GET-INFO to confirm this information.

LA CROSSE COUNTY

  • Scenic Bluffs Chapter of the American Red Cross (La Crosse Chapter Office), 2927 Losey Blvd., La Crosse, WI

MILWAUKEE COUNTY

  • Southeast Wisconsin Chapter of the American Red Cross (Milwaukee Chapter Office), 2600 W., Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI (Days and Hours of Operations: 9a to 6p; Note: food service is not available at this location.)

Bulk Distribution Sites: Missouri/Illinois 7.7.08

July 7, 2008

(Updated July 7, 2008; 3:35 pm EST)

Site and Shelter location information is subject to change without notice. Please check with your local chapter or call 1-866-GET-INFO to confirm this information.

LINCOLN COUNTY

  • Winfield Senior High School, 3920 East Hwy 47, Winfield, MO. (Days and Hours of Operation: 9a to 7p)