Oklahoma GOV websiteRelief Fund Established Oklahoma Tornado Victims

Governor Mary Fallin, in coordination with the United Way of Central Oklahoma, has established the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund to assist with the long-term medical emotional and educational needs of t victims of the May 20 Tornado in Moore and the May 19 tornado near Shawnee.

This website is very informative and gives you many ways to help the victims of the tornado.  They list the Red Cross, Salvation Army, Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma  Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief, Oklahoma Blood Institute  United Way of Central Oklahoma and Feed the Children.

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services has established an emergency response center within the tornado disaster zone in Moore.  This center will be located in the Cleveland County Health Department at 424 S. Eastern Avenue in Moore.  and will provide walk-in services in addition to coordinating mobile crisis response teams to be deployed throughout the impacted area.

If you are a licensed mental health professional, a certified case manager, or a certified recovery support specialist and would like to assist those affected by the May 20th Moore tornado please call 405-522-3908.  Provide your name, certification or license number, email and a cell phone number and you will be contacted by a representative of the agency’s disaster response team.  Credentials will be verified.

You can visit the OK.Gov / OK Strong  for more information.

 They suggest donations at www.unitedwayokc.org