2019 FLOOD RESOURCES:
Cass County Resources:
Cass County Emergency Management – Sandy Weyers
8400 144th St., 3200, Weeping Water
Department of Health and Human Services
917 Wildwood Lane, Ste. A, Nebr. City
Cass Family Medicine/One World
Medical and mental health
122 S. 6th St.
Medical and mental health
1938 E. Hwy 34
First Baptist Church
Spiritual help/counseling, equipment and laborers, food pantry
16220 Hwy. 75
First United Methodist Church
Spiritual help, meals for volunteer workers, Open Hearts Kitchen Thursday evenings
702 Main St.
Spiritual support, volunteers and cleaning supplies
700 S. 18th St.
My Neighbor's Closet/Church of the Holy Spirit
Clothing and emergency assistance
119 1/2 6th St./520 S. 118th St.
One Life Church
Water, cleaning supplies, snacks, toiletries, buckets, tarps
Work crews to clean and muck
17515 Club View Dr.
Plattsmouth Bible Church
1602 1st Ave
Plattsmouth Community Center & Senior Center
Emergency shelter through Red Cross – no longer available
308 S. 18th St.
Plattsmouth Community Schools
Cleaning supplies, water, volunteers
Contact the following school social workers/guidance counselors
ECC – Bri Renninger, firstname.lastname@example.org
ES – Lindsee Fryatt email@example.com
MS – Sara Barada firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency resources, food pantry, housing
1215 S. 15th St
Under His Wings
Emergency resources, food pantry, clothing, baby pantry,
511 Main St.
346 Main St., #106
Bellevue Christian Center
Laundry services (for clothing items only), food, clothing, necessities, cleaning supplies
Accepting donations (no more clothing)
1400 Harvell Dr., Bellevue
Register for volunteer opportunities at bellevuechristian.com/floodrelief
Old Canfields building
84th & Center, Omaha
Food, clothing, cleaning supplies, etc.
Calvary Christian Church
Shelter and will take pets
10100 Cedar Island Road, Bellevue
Crisis Cleanup Hotline
Free help with mud-out, muck-out and clean up
1-833-556-2476 M-F 8 am-5 pm
2-1-1 Information about and referrals to agencies providing:
- Services providing for basic human needs
- Disaster response and recovery
- Health and mental health resources
- Employment supports
- Resources for older adults and those with disabilities
- Resources for children and youth and for family support
- Volunteer opportunities
- Donation for time, goods and money to the community
FEMA - Federal disaster assistance
www.disasterassistance.gov or 1-800-621-3362
Clean up assistance.
Will also be training for mud-out/muck-out. Date to be announced.
Resources for military affected by the flood. Contact Pastor Steve Hicks email@example.com
13904 S. 36th St., Bellevue
402-292-4546 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nebraska Strong Website
Opportunities to request and provide relief