CALL ALABAMA 2-1-1 FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION & REFERRALS
- DIAL 2-1-1
- IF OUT OF STATE, DIAL 1-888-421-1266
- Visit http://www.211connectsalabama.org and search the word ‘Hurricane’
QUICK LINKS & PHONE NUMBERS
- Governor’s Office: http://governor.alabama.gov/nate
- State Emergency Mgmt Dept: https://ema.alabama.gov
Check the American Red Cross website for shelters at: http://maps.redcross.org/website/maps/ARC_shelters.html
Baldwin County: Call 251-972-6807 for BRATS transportation.
Baldwin County Coliseum, 19477 Fairground Road, Robbertsdale, AL 36567
Mobile County: Four emergency shelters will open at 10 am on Saturday, October 7th. Residents should bring: snacks, medicines, sleeping bags or blankets, extra clothing, lightweight folding chairs or cots, personal items like books/toys, a radio with personal earphones, infant necessities, important papers like insurance documents, a valid ID, cash (secured), and a cell phone (charged). Prohibited items include alcoholic beverages, weapons, tobacco products, and pets.
Collins-Rhodes Elementary School, 5110 St. Stephens Road, Eight Mile, AL 36613
Theodore High School, 6201 Swedletown Road, Theodore, AL 36582
North Mobile Middle School, 1950 Salco Road, Axis, AL 36505
*Burns Middle School, 6175 Girby Road, Mobile, AL 36693
* Burns Middle School is a special needs medical shelter for individuals with the following conditions: Alzheimer’s, individuals dependent on oxygen for life support (must bring), and those on Chemotherapy, Stage 4. Patients should bring a caretaker if they have one, medical supplies and equipment, prescription medicines, nonperishable dietary foods.
Transportation to leave and then return
Returning home—curfew, transportation, etc.
How can I get food since I lost everything?
Utilities being turned back on