Mentioning a specific website on this list as a resource by CEDR Digital Corps does not constitute an endorsement. It does not imply a recommendation over other similar disaster resources.

American Red Cross – The volunteers of the Red Cross are here for you with emergency aid when you need it most, and also advice and assistance to help you recover from a disaster or become better prepared to face one in the future.

Crisis Clean Up Crisis Cleanup connects people in disaster-impacted areas with organizations and volunteers to help clean up and muck out their homes after a disaster.

Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters

Disaster Assistance This site allows you to find disaster assistance, apply for assistance and check the status of your application, find a Disaster Recovery Center, get help with housing, food, and nutrition needs, change the address for federal benefits, learn about small business loans, agricultural assistance and more. You can also learn how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and handle immediate disaster-related needs.

Disaster Legal Aid This website includes general information on housing, insurance claims, insurance, employment, and other vital issues for disaster relief. You can find organizations in your state that can provide free legal help to you if you are eligible,

Emergency Prescription Assistance Program Access to prescription assistance during natural disasters

Feeding America Food Banks The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks secures and distributes 4.3 billion meals each year through food pantries and meal programs throughout the United States and leads the nation to engage in the fight against hunger. Search for local food banks by zip code or state.

FEMA or Federal Emergency Management Agency Assistance programs for individual citizens, public groups like government agencies, and private nonprofit organizations. Find the help you need to support your disaster recovery. Assistance is available in several languages.

Helping Children Cope with Disasters (CDC) – Resources for helping children cope with the anxiety that occurs during a disaster

Indian Affairs Services U.S. Dept of the Interior Indian Affairs

NAMHA The National Affordable Housing Management Association has gathered links and information about housing and disaster recovery.

Partnership for Disaster Strategies Inclusive disaster management

Post-disaster Checklist from United Way Checklist for after a natural disaster

Red Rover helps pet owners and their animals rescued from disasters or neglect and domestic violence survivors seeking safety. Assistance is also provided to animals with life-threatening illnesses. Check out the latest blog posts during disasters for relevant resources.

Salvation Army Information on the Salvation Army’s response to disasters can be found by choosing links on their News page.

World Central Kitchen World Central Kitchen provides humanitarian food relief after natural disasters worldwide, including those in the United States.