Charles Mix Mobile Disaster Recovery Center To Remain Open
(KVHT) – Federal officials are extending operations at the Mobile Disaster Recovery Center in Charles Mix County. Those with FEMA say a large number of visitors have been seeking assistance from the DRC in the county and officials want to give everyone an opportunity to get registered as well as get answers to their questions. The facility at the County 4H Building on 100 School Street will open daily 9AM to 6PM until Friday July 19th except for being closed Sunday. FEMA wants to encourage anyone who had damage caused by the storms and flooding or who is displaced from their homes to visit the Disaster Recovery Center or register by calling 1-800-621-3362 or going online at www.disasterassistance.gov.
People in Turner and Hutchinson counties will also be able to access FEMA Disaster Recovery centers closer to their homes soon. An office will open in Viborg next week and in Olivet the week after. FEMA experts will be on hand to help residents register for aid or answer questions related to damage caused by the March and April storms. Meanwhile, the centers in Sioux Falls and Yankton are scheduled to close this Saturday.
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