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Our school

Hurricane Ida has brought another challenge to an already challenging year. But we are resilient, especially when we work together. We are encouraged by word that power is returning to New Orleans, which means it is returning to our schools. We are working with our school community to plan for reopening in the next few weeks, but in the meantime, we know so many of our families are working to make it through every day as we recover from this storm.

 

To help with the recovery, NOLA-PS has consolidated resources the community can use in the list below. We will work to keep this inventory updated until our city returns to its normal rhythm. We will get through this, as we always do. And this just goes to show once again that we are stronger, together.

 

RECOVERY RESOURCES

 

 

Federal and State Disaster Assistance

 

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Disaster Assistance - https://www.disasterassistance.gov/

 

Blue Roof Tarp Program - blueroofs.us

 

Louisiana Workforce Commission Disaster Unemployment Assistance - www.laworks.net

 

Disaster Food Stamps (D-SNAP)

For those that are not current recipients of SNAP, you can pre-register for DSNAP.

Pre-register here: http://www.dcfs.louisiana.gov/page/dsnap-registration

 

Orleans Parish Government

NOLA Ready - ready.nola.gov

Text NOLAREADY to 77295 for text updates.

 

Meal Distributions

 

Second Harvest Food Bank - https://no-hunger.org/

Culture Aid NOLA -  https://www.cultureaidnola.org/ida_help

Broadmoor Improvement Association Food Pantry

New Orleans Mutual Aid Society

NOLA Ready Meal Distribution List:

https://trumba.com/calendars/HurricaneIda

 

What's Open?

 

See a running list of open businesses from NOLA.com:

https://www.nola.com/gambit/news/the_latest/article_b3deac18-0a65-11ec-a24d-3fa8d03e88ee.html

 

Oxygen Exchange Sites

 

Oxygen exchange locations (open 8am-6pm):

New Orleans Fire Station 1, 2920 Magazine St.

New Orleans Fire Station 36, 5403 Read Blvd.

New Orleans Fire Station 6, 4500 Old Gentilly Rd.

New Orleans Fire Station 40, 2500 General de Gaulle Dr.

 

 

First Aid Station

 

Central City Senior Center, 2101 Phillip Street

Services: Oxygen exchange, Medical device charging, Basic health assessments, and Minimal prescribing ability, no meds available onsite.

 

Cooling Centers

 

Cooling Centers are open 9/13-9/17 from 10am–6pm and 9/18 from 9am-6pm

There will be charging stations, water & AC, available to NOLA residents.

 

Cooling Center Locations:

Cut Off Rec Center (6600 Belgrade St)

Milne Rec Center (5420 Franklin Ave)

Joe W Brown Rec Center (5601 Read Blvd)

Rosenwald Rec Center (1120 S Broad Ave)

 

Behavioral Health

 

Louisiana Office of Behavioral Health Crisis resources - https://ldh.la.gov/index.cfm/newsroom/detail/6301

Ready.gov - https://www.ready.gov/coping-disaster

SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline - https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline

#GetYaMindRight by IWES - https://www.iwesnola.org/gymr

Center for Hope Children and Family Services - http://centerforhopeservices.com/

 

Other

 

United Way of Southeast Louisiana - https://www.unitedwaysela.org/

Ida Support Network - :1-888-504-4432

Contact

Report Fraud

Department of Children and Family Services

Call 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) to report child abuse and neglect.

Report Abuse

Hotline Number for Parents
504-527-KIDS

School-based issues or concerns from parents

24-hour Hotline Number for Community
504-522-HELP

School and District based concerns, feedback, & inquiries from school staff or community members

External Resources

NOLA Public Schools. Every Child. Every School. Every Day.

2401 Westbend Parkway
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114

Phone: 504-304-3520

Hotline Number for Parents
504-527-KIDS

School-based issues or concerns from parents

24-hour Hotline Number for Community
504-522-HELP
District based community concerns, feedback, & inquiries from school staff or community members