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Tennessee Disaster Support Network


Pre-Screening Disaster Assistance Eligibility Questionnaire (

Apply for assistance (FEMA)Dyersburg, TN, April 09, 2006 -- A family takes a few minutes from cleaning up their tornado damaged house to stand by their optimistic motto painted on the side of their house. Leif Skoogfors/ FEMA Photo
1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 1-800-462-7585

Toll-Free Adult Statewide Crisis Telephone Line (TEMA)
1-855-CRISIS-1 or 1-855-274-7471

TN Disability Pathfinder

2-1-1 Help Line (United Way)

Disaster Recovery Center Locator (FEMA)
1-800-621-3362 or TTY  1-800-462-7585

Questions and Answers on National Flood Insurance Program [PDF] (FEMA)Memphis, TN, May 10, 2011 -- Volunteer Kay Norris of Shelby Cares volunteer organization, sets up bags of essential items for victims of the Mississippi River flooding. The Shelter at Hope Presbyterian is one of the largest in Memphis. Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

Resources for Storm Victims (

Tips Dealing with Insurance Companies (TN Commerce and Insurance Dept)

Habitat for Humanity of Tennessee

Nashville Area: Habitat for Humanity of Nashville

Mold Clean Up [PDF] - also in Spanish [PDF] (