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Resources For Those In Need After North Texas Storm

Severe Weather
Shelters

Garland: Gale Fields Recreation Center, 1701 Dairy Road, Garland

Rowlett: Steadham Elementary School, 6200 Danridge Road, Rowlett

Midlothian: Longbranch Elementary, 6631 FM 1387, Midlothian

Glenn Heights: Moates Elementary, 1500 Heritage, Glenn Heights

Looking for loved ones

Let your family know you’re safe or search for someone through the Red Cross “safe and well” site.

Finding a lost pet

Rowlett
Garland
Rockwall
Red Oak
DeSoto
Glenn Heights
Collin County
Ellis County
Dallas

Donated items and services

Black Tie Moving Services has offered to help homeowners by picking up salvageable items and storing them until they have a new home. 972-984-0009

Lake Pointe Church is offering assistance to those affected by the disaster. Email [email protected] or call 469-698-2391.

Joseph’s House is providing canned goods, toiletries, water and boxes to those in need. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day for at least through next week. The house is located at 6310 Lyons Road in Garland.

You Can Help

Blankets, women’s clothing, towels and toiletries are needed at Winters Park Assisted Living Facility, 3450 Wagon Wheel Road in Garland.

People can also help by donating to Red Cross Disaster Relief to support disasters big and small by visiting redcross.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation

The Salvation Army DFW are taking donation as well, to support the disaster response efforts call 1-800-SAL-ARMY or visit salvationarmydfw.org.