Statewide Resources

Kentucky's Tornado Resource Website
governor.ky.gov/tornadoresources

Kentucky Tornado Survivors Can Apply for FEMA Assistance
https://www.fema.gov/press-release/20211214/kentucky-tornado-survivors-can-apply-fema-assistance 

FEMA has also set up two registration centers where people can apply for assistance in person. 
They’re located at the following locations.  The centers will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
First Baptist Church, 960 Industrial Park Rd., Dawson Springs, KY 42408
The old Walmart location, Mayfield Plaza, 1102 Paris Rd., Mayfield, KY 42066

Driver’s License Replacement
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet opened a temporary driver licensing issuance station in Mayfield. Fees are waived for disaster victims needing to replace lost operator licenses, permits and state ID cards. The office, at 355 Charles Drive, will operate Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST, through at least Jan. 28.
A temporary driver licensing station will be set up in Dawson Springs once an appropriate space is located.

EBT Card Replacement
To Kentuckians who are struggling with the aftermath of the recent tornadoes and need a replacement EBT card to access benefits, please follow these instructions to get your card faster.
-  If you are able to receive mail at the address listed on your case, call 1-888-979-9949 to request a replacement EBT card.
-  If you are receiving mail at a temporary location, call DCBS at 1-855-306-8959 to update your mailing address and request a replacement EBT card.

Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Kentuckians who became unemployed or who are self-employed and had work interrupted in one of 14 counties as a direct result of the severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding and tornadoes on Dec. 10, 2021, are eligible to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits through the Kentucky Office of Unemployment Insurance. The 14 counties are Caldwell, Christian, Fulton, Graves, Hart, Hickman, Hopkins, Logan, Lyon, Marshall, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Taylor and Warren.
To qualify for DUA benefits, claimants in eligible counties must show that their employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a direct result of the disaster and that they are not otherwise eligible for traditional unemployment insurance benefits under state or federal law. Farmers and other self-employed individuals who are traditionally ineligible for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits may qualify for DUA.
Affected individuals should visit the Kentucky Career Center website or call 502-875-0442 to file their initial claim. The deadline to apply for assistance is Jan. 18, 2022. For more information, visit kcc.ky.gov.

Insurance Claims
As of Monday morning (Dec. 20), the Department of Insurance (DOI) has received 10,235 insurance claims of which 84 have been addressed and closed. DOI provided on-site consumer assistance Monday. A toll-free number is available for additional consumer assistance: 800-595-6053.  Insurance companies are reportedly onsite in Western Kentucky and claims adjusters are working with affected residents.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has a Disaster Distress Helpline for victims to talk to trained crisis responders, by calling or texting 1-800-985-5990.

Kentucky Chamber - Tornado Recovery Resources
Kentucky Tornado Recovery Guide - Kentucky Camber
https://www.kychamber.com/sites/default/files/pdfs/Tornado%20Relief%20Toolkit%2012-17-2021.pdf

Tornado Recovery Fact Sheet - Kentucky Chamber
https://www.kychamber.com/sites/default/files/pdfs/Fact%20Sheet%20-%20Tornado%20Recovery%2012-17-2021_0.pdf

Business Disaster Relief Resources
USDA Rural Development
USDA Loan Expansion for Rural Communities
https://www.rd.usda.gov/sites/default/files/usdard_onerdguaranteeloaninitiativeimprovementssa12_10_21.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3XlibJgnj8amVPFztHb4doZp5acILNxTv7I_UFypJHQp3bVcHW9N7fAZE USDA Disaster

Assistance Programs-Farmers, Ranchers, Communities and Businesses
https://www.fsa.usda.gov/programs-and-services/disaster-assistance-program/index?fbclid=IwAR0pMxu8Sde-C1UJKIoLZB5HYYCFhAgtclnQDk-WUeaOULJlZO0qjrVec8k

USDA Rural Development-Disaster Resiliency & Recovery Resources Guide
https://www.rd.usda.gov/sites/default/files/rd_disastertoolkit-final508.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2hnLo5yQq8wshtVjxUBraL2x_xF-O26mg-08iY09_ETZ7fBbRs11qKDbE 

Small Business Administration (SBA)
Small Business Administration Offers Disaster Assistance to Businesses and Residents of Kentucky Affected by Severe Storms, Straight-line Winds, Flooding and Tornadoes
https://www.sba.gov/about-sba/sba-newsroom/press-releases-media-advisories/sba-opens-business-recovery-center-assist-kentucky-businesses-affected-dec-10-severe-weather

Small Business Administration (SBA) Business Resource Center-Benton, KY
LOCAL SITE: Joe Creason Community Center-1600 Park Ave, Benton, KY

BUSINESS & HOME Disaster Loans
Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) - Kentucky Agriculture Tornado Resources
https://www.kyagr.com/tornado/ 
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture, in collaboration with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service has joined together to assist Kentucky farmers impacted by the recent devastating tornados.  If you or someone you know were impacted and need any type of agricultural assistance, please contact your county extension office, and provide them with list of items or resources needed along with your name, phone number and address.

Need to find your extension office? 
http://extension.ca.uky.edu/county 

Caldwell County Resources

Butler Gym  Open as a shelter for overnight stay and warmup throughout the day.
12 West Washington Street, Princeton, KY
 
Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce has set up a Go Fund Me https//gofund.me/ddd66f0a.        

Calvary Baptist Church - Princeton  Organizing relief efforts  - items are being distributed of what they have
121 Kentucky Ave Princeton
270-963-3561

Christ Tabernacle - Caldwell  Gym for sheltering individuals. Supplies, food boxes, showers, etc.
1839 US-62 Princeton
270-365-1744

Faith Apostolic Church helping with clean up details
500 Faith Avenue, Princeton, KY
270-365-6320

First Baptist Church serving those displaced by storms and emergency workers at 8 am, 12 pm and 5 pm Monday, showers, taking donations also.
300 West Main Street, Princeton, KY
270-365-5591

Hell Is Real Ministry organizing & registering volunteers.  Processing work orders for repairs.  Dispatching items to homes.
270-963-3561

Highland Baptist Church - Princeton shelter, showers, coffee, food, etc.
318 Baker Street, Princeton
270-963-9151

Light of Truth Church   They are delivering  meals as requested and taking donations
1427 Hopkinsville Street,Princeton, KY

Northside Baptist Church - Princeton Providing showers and hygiene items
101 Dawson Road Princeton
270-365-6062

PACS CSBG Office  Providing water assistance.  Need by need basis, please call and can add to list.
270-365-5097

Princeton Church of Christ  The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort brought an 18 wheeler full of supplies to the church bldg.  Baby Care boxes, food, new clothing, sheets, personal hygiene kits, 5 gallon cleaning buckets with cleaning supplies, mops, brooms, rakes, shovels, tools, wheelbarrows and more.  
703 South Jefferson Street, Princeton, KY
270-365-2165.

Southside Baptist Church - Princeton shelter, food, showers, basic items, water  KY Baptist Disaster Relief site -helping homeowners with chainsaw work around the home.
205 Nichols Street Princeton
270-365-5510

Wal-Mart Parking Lot  - 3 mobilized trailers offer free showers, laundry services and a lot more to those affected by the tornado.   Laundry drop-off is 8 am to 12 noon and 3 pm to 7 pm.   Showers are operational from 8 am to 8 pm.  If the need is greater than that, they will extend the times.  
1500 U.S. 62 West, Princeton, KY

Christian County Resources

Alpha Alternative has diapers to donate to surrounding counties and also accepting donations of diapers
814 Belmont Street, Hopkinsville, KY  270-882-3820

American Red Cross - Hopkinsville  monetary donations can be made through the Red Cross FB page and can text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.  To donate by phone via credit card or to ask questions about donating money to the Red Cross, please call 1-800-435-7669.
709 S. Main Street,  Hopkinsville  270-885-5328

Calvary Baptist open for showers
280 Pyle Lane, Hopkinsville, KY  270-885-4430      

Christian County Animal Shelter accepting anything pet related.
2935 Russellville Road, Hopkinsville, KY  270-887-4175

 Christian County 4-H needs twin size bedding, sleeping bags, blankets, new pillows, toiletries and towels.
 Christian County Extension Office, Pembroke Road, Hopkinsville, KY  

Christian County Public Schools MLK Jr. Elementary School gym, Hopkinsville, KY  - drop off donations 12/13 - 12/17 from 8 am to 3 pm.

Crofton Storm Shelter Warming station, food provided, phone charging
 103 E Mill St Crofton  270-424-5111 (experiencing phone issues)

Enhance of Hopkinsville collecting first aide items, toiletries, feminine products.
 Country Club Lane, Hopkinsville, KY

First Baptist Church Pembroke Providing help with food and shelter.
Pembroke, KY  

First Care Pairing up with Mission Possible to "Stuff the Truck" for tornado relief in Mayfield.   Items needed: baby formula, diapers, blankets, pillows, clothes, socks, non-perishable food items, batteries, flashlights, bungee straps, toiletries, etc.
Drop off: Aaron McNeil House, 604 E. 2nd Street, Hopkinsville, KY

Freedom Elementary  Providing food.
 North Drive, Hopkinsville, KY

Hillcrest Baptist Church  Accepting donations by texting TITHENOW to 73256 and then select Disaster Relief.  Gifts cards will be purchased from Lowe's, Home Depot, Wal-Mart and Kroger for victims.  Can also drop off at church office.
920 Skyline Drive, Hopkinsville, KY  270-886-6017  

Journey Church Hopkinsville, KY  needs men/women/kids new underwear, personal hygiene items, canned foods, tarps and Gatorade.

Lacy Elementary School Providing food
12015 Greenville Road, Hopkinsville, KY  42240  

Latham's Tire & Auto Donations taken for water, non-perishable food, gift cards, toiletries, diapers, wipes, blankets, underwear, socks, dog food, cat food and any extra boxes.
809 N. Main Street, Hopkinsville, KY

Legacy Metals M-F 7 am to 5 pm.  .  Offering free storage to those affected.  12x12 with concrete floors, will only be separated by tape on the floor.  
3735 Prosperity Lane, Hopkinsville, KY.    270-887-0488

New Hope Properties available housing options to displaced low or no income families. Income limits are section 8. Contact: www.newhopeproperties.org or at https://www.facebook.com/Newhopepropertieshopkinsville

Oak Grove Community Center providing food.
1705 Thompsonville Lane, Oak Grove,KY  

Pembroke Baptist gym and kitchen are open, access to showers.
 144 S. Main Street, Pembroke, KY

Pennyroyal Center - Eric Embry asking for OTC medications and adult diapers for Dawson Springs.
Hopkinsville, KY

Pembroke Fire Department Warming station, food provided, phone charging
118 Maple St Pembroke  270-475-4144

Salvation Army - Hopkinsville Shelter 2 beds for women; 2 beds for men - filling up quickly - first come/first serve , accepting monetary donations.
301 E. 7th Street, Hopkinsville    270-885-6006                                                                                                                                    

UPS  accepting all donations 8 am to 4 pm this week.
118 Faultless Road, Hopkinsville, KY

West Kentucky Relief This group is set up for those to post their needs and those that can help, https://www.facebook.com/groups/274019991439171

YMCA of Hopkinsville Showers, phone charging, etc., hygiene kits, accepting monetary donations.
7805 Eagle Way, Hopkinsville  270-887-5382

Fulton County Resources

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has established a Disaster Relief Center (DRC) at the Gibson Electric Membership office (formerly RECC) in Hickman for anyone affected by the Dec. 10 tornado.  They will be open tomorrow, Sunday December 19, from 8 am to 5 pm. There are several federal assistance programs available and they will help you navigate through the process.

Monetary donations can be mailed to Cayce Baptist Church.   Checks can be made payable to “Cayce Baptist Church Tornado Relief”.  
Cayce Baptist Church 41 Holly Circle Fulton, KY 42041

Donations
We have had several people ask us for individual families to assist. Click on (or copy/paste) any of the following Amazon links to gift someone:
🟪https://a.co/eIY8YJR
🟪https://a.co/i0fH6vv
🟪https://a.co/iHk6YqV
🟪https://a.co/a95khzz
🟪https://a.co/bmgncWM
The shipping address is already populated and all items will be sent to Hickman Library in Hickman, KY for distribution to these specific families per the description on each list. These are evolving lists which means some items have been purchased, some may need to be replaced (due to being out of stock before being purchased) and some will be added as well.  

Graves County Resources

Volunteer Coordination
If you are in the Mayfield area and would like to volunteer, please call 270.216.0903 or email [email protected].

Supply Distribution Locations (Closed during Severe Weather)
Distribution points for water, food and other supplies have been established. These Point of Distribution (POD) locations will offer basic materials to supply families and individuals with enough food and water for approximately three days. Each family will then rotate through to receive another three-day supply.
PODs are open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST. Closed on Sunday.
***Currently donations are not being accepted at these locations.
Graves County Fairgrounds (Drive-Through Only)
Items Available: Food, water, baby supplies, pet supplies, and cleaning supplies. Generator sign up at this location only.
101 Housman Street
Mayfield, KY
High Point Baptist Church
Items Available: Food and water.
220 Farthing Street (9th & Farthing)
Mayfield, KY

Driver's License Replacement
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet opened a temporary driver licensing issuance station in Mayfield. Fees are waived for disaster victims needing to replace lost operator licenses, permits and state ID cards. The office, at 355 Charles Drive, will operate Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST, through at least Jan. 28.

Donation Coordination
If you have physical items, you would like to donate please call 270.883.0072 or email [email protected]. We are not accepting any type of used clothing.
Monetary donations can be made for Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund should be directed to www.TeamWKYReliefFund.KY.gov.

Immediate Need for Specific Donation Items
Graves County is in immediate need for specific items:
·       Generators
·       NEW red gas and yellow diesel cans. Used cans will not be accepted.
·       Electric and propane heaters
·       Extension cords (15-100 ft.)
·       Power strips
·       Tarps
·       Gift Cards (Mail to the Graves County Health Department, 416 Central Ave., Mayfield KY 42066)
Only the donations listed above will be accepted at the warehouse located at
1 General Street, Mayfield, KY. (This is the old General Tire location.)
Warehouse hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Closed on SUNDAY.
*Items will not be accepted at other locations or outside specific hours.

Graves County Tornado Relief Hotline: 270.727.5114
Residents can request assistance through the Graves County Tornado Relief Hotline. Community members should use the hotline for help if they do not have food, water, tarps, generators, blankets, or other items.
Graves County Tornado Relief Hotline: 270.727.5114
The hotline is operated from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. After hour voicemails are also monitored.
Please continue to use 911 for emergencies.  

Water Treatment Unit is setup at the Graves County Health Department
A Water Treatment Unit is setup at the Graves County Health Department and can be used for individuals who need to fill large containers, gallon containers or other water holding devices.

Local Missing Person Hotline
Anyone who fears that a loved one or friend is still missing due to the tornado, please contact Post 1 at 270.856.3721. Kentucky State Police believe everyone is accounted for, but we want to be absolutely certain.
Kentucky State Police Post 1 Non-Emergency Number: 270.856.3721.

Free Transportation for Graves County Residents
Fulton County Transit Authority will provide free transportation for residents from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. This transportation includes, but is not limited to, transporting those needing to get supplies from the Mayfield Fairgrounds, the Fulton County Office Building, or any of the other area churches and agencies providing supplies and services such as showers and hot meals. FCTA will also transport residents in the storm damaged areas to the FEMA assistance location and unemployment assistance location.
Those needing transportation who have available phone service may call FCTA at 270.472.0662. Press 2 for service.

Red Cross Shelter has Availability
The Red Cross Shelter is open and has room for 30 individuals. It is located at First Church of the Nazarene,
1200 West Broadway, Mayfield, KY 42066. For questions please call 573.747.7713.

Free Hot Meals at High Point Baptist Church
Community members can enjoy free hot meals daily at High Point Baptist Church from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
High Point Baptist Church  220 West Farthing St.  Mayfield, KY 42066

US Postal Service Mail
The Postal Service has established a new mail and package pick up location for Mayfield customers displaced by the storms. Mayfield residents unable to receive street delivery and PO Box customers may pick up their mail at the Hickory Post Office. To avoid overcrowding at the Hickory Post Office, USPS suggests visiting nearby post offices for retail transactions at the Sedalia Post Office, Farmington Post Office, or Wingo Post Office.
Website: www.tools.usps.com/find-location.htm?location=1366875
Physical Address: 1976 State Route 1241, Hickory, KY 42051
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone: 270.247.5078
Fax: 270.247.5078
End date of temporary location: TBD
Handicap accessible: Yes
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: 877-889-2457

Mail - Package Deliveries
For homes and businesses in the damage area of Mayfield, UPS and FedEx have set up a pick-up location on a lot next to the Linwood Chevrolet dealership. You will receive electronic notification as packages arrive on site.
Physical Address: US 45 just north of the Interstate 69, Mayfield Exit 25 Interchange
Phone: Graves County Sheriff's Office: 270.247.4501
Email: [email protected]
Printable Resource: Check the Graves County Sheriff's Facebook page for regular updates
End date of temporary location: TBD
Handicap accessible: Yes

University of Kentucky-Graves County Extension Service
Replacement of Important Documents after a Disaster
http://garrard.ca.uky.edu/files/replacing_important_papers_2021.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0D7MxeC8A2rdeaM-mvFdOo_CPXN4jo8HZSx8gExI-k3R6GtPablQSitqg

Hickman County Resources

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center
Gibson Electric office at 1702 Moscow Avenue in Hickman, KY

Hickman County Emergency Management
Justin D. Jackson - Director - 270.254.0261
Scott Smith - Deputy Director
Dylan Jewell - Deputy Director - 270.254.1966

Red Cross resources are also available, please contact 
270-254-0261 & 270-254-1966

Disaster Recovery Supply Locations
Mission House
111 West Clay Street Clinton, KY
Contact: Tina - 270-207-0354 or Jennifer - 270-207-0234

Family Life Center - First AG
Contact: Shay - 270-653-2309 or Tracy 270-519-2791

Young Center - First UMC
Water - Contact: 270-653-3241

The Hickman Co. Cooperative Extension Service
329 James Phillips Drive Clinton, KY
Melissa Goodman, Agent (270) 653-2231

First Assembly of God Church 
286 US Hwy 51 N Clinton, KY
Pastor Mark Eddings  (270) 836-6156

Supplies
Tina Mccaulif - Mission House - 270-207-0354
Justin Jackson - 270-254-0261
We will make sure you receive the needed supplies.

Transportation Services
Fulton County Transit Authority
Call 270-472-0662

Hopkins County Resources

Hopkins County Tornado Relief Resources - Hopkins County Regional Chamber
https://files.constantcontact.com/deaf4183201/fca5b51c-4dde-4fd5-b587-c6ba82ceecff.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3C7ONW4GZidggPhY_y5wBmvNWyw84ZAigSnkWfyd7f-OzoYkmoB8fOpyE

Tornado Relief Distribution Centers - no longer accepting donations, but still a distribution center.
St. Charles City Hall - 211 Railroad Lane, St. Charles
Richland Baptist Church 7305 Beulah Rd.
The River Church - 1850 Nortonville Rd., Nortonville
Morton's Gap Christian Church - 117 Morton's Gap Rd.
First United Methodist Church - 200 East Center, Madisonville
Nebo Community Center - 100 Bernard St., Nebo
Star of Bethlehem - Dawson Springs
Richland Missionary Baptist Church - 6881 Richland Rd., Livermore
Dawson Springs Schools - 317 Eli St., Dawson Springs
Covenant Community Church - 1055 North Main St., Madisonville
Christ the King
Madisonville First General Baptist Church
Zion Temple A.M.E
Pennyrile Church of Christ
Life Christian Church
Dayspring Outreach Center
First Baptist Church Dawson Springs
Dunn Missionary Baptist Church
Red Cross

Apex Cleaning Feeding first responders.

4H Camp Trying to open cabins as shelter  
600 4H Camp Drive Dawson Springs   270-797-8758

Bluegrass Pharmacy - Madisonville Delivering to Dawson Springs
1128 N Main Street, Madisonville  270-825-2775

Campfire Roasters Dawson Springs, KY - set up in the square and serving free coffee

Center Street Service Wheel  Tire will be accepting hygiene products, coats, gloves, clothing, non-perishable foods, blankets, pillows and new toys.  They will be delivering to Hopkins County Community Centers.

Christian Food Bank Monday - Friday 9 am to 3 pm to provide food to those in need; donated food and financial contributions can be dropped off at the back door.
241 W. Center Street, Madisonville, KY  

Clark's True Value accepting donations.

Common Garments Ministry Dawson Springs, KY serving food and donations

Concord Baptist Church White Plains is cooking and bringing meals into downtown White Plains for pickup.
607 S Church St White Plains KY   270-676-3934

Covenant Community Church 270-821-2000 Madisonville, KY  Partnered with 3 different disaster relief organizations and is a major Hub for these teams who are arriving tonight.  They are collecting supplies and things of that nature to distribute as needed.  Call Cindy at church if an individual needed services or help.  They are not providing in-house services.  Asking for volunteers to help with clean-up.

Dave's Sticky Pig first responders and utility workers receive a free combo meal.

Dawson Springs High School High School Lobby - supplies including water, blankets, clothing, food, diapers, formula, triage            
High School Auditorium - emergency shelter
317 Eli Street, Dawson Springs    270-797-2957

Deaconess of Madisonville  make appointment to donate blood
270-825-5150

Dollar General Store accepting donations of water, food, clothing, diapers, wipes, toilet paper, hygiene, etc.
S. Main, Madisonville, KY  

Earlington Elementary School serving breakfast 8-10 am daily for displaced people, late lunch served 1-4 pm for families and volunteers (to go meals also provided), donations may be dropped off in the car rider lane, blankets, kid soap, shampoo, snacks, water, juice, peanut butter, bread, gallons of water, Wal-Mart gift cards, laundry detergent.

 Elks Lodge - Madisonville will be accepting donated items for distribution in Hopkins, Muhlenberg and Marshall County, toy drive through December 21st for Christmas gifts.

Epilepsy Foundation of Kentuckiana Contact Sonya if seizure medication was lost or cannot get medication.
502-907-1534 -

Eubanks, Mike & Tonya (on Facebook) offering pasture for any displaced livestock, Providing hay, grass pasture and fresh water with multiple water troughs.
 Madisonville, KY

FEMA Mobile Open daily from 8 am CT to 5 pm CT.  FEMA has set up a mobile registration location for those affected by tornado damage.  Stop by and apply for assistance.  Please come with relevant information relating to damages and losses, bank account, insurance policy numbers and reliable contact information.  
 First Baptist Church, 960 Industrial Park Road, Dawson, Springs, KY.

First Christian Church Madisonville, KY has a special offering that will go to assist families this holiday season  http://madisonvilledisciples.org/about-us/online-giving/

First Presbyterian Church Madisonville, KY  providing shelter and is open with hot meals, beds, showers, laundry.

First United Methodist - Madisonville Currently serving as Red Cross Shelter/Salvation Army Shelter - has supplies, food, showers  , accepting donations  
200 E Center St Madisonville, KY  270-821-5734

Gift Horse Collecting supplies to be dispersed  Drop off any day next week.  Toiletries, coats, blankets and basic necessities.

Hanson Fire Department accepting donations

Health First Community Health Center Opens at 10 am - will replace lost medications, treat minor injuries, x-rays, provide a warm place to sit.
107 East Main Street, Earlington, KY

Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Working with different groups, volunteering, collecting items and dispersing.  Reaching out to churches and agencies and are wanting a compiled list of different services, resources that churches are providing.

Hopkins County Career & Technology Center  Donations of food, clothing and hygiene items will be accepted from 10 am to 2 pm.

Hopkins County Clerk's Office The loss of vehicle paperwork will start soon.  For any individual who suffered a loss due to the tornado, they will not be charging clerk fees on duplicate titles.  Certified marriage licenses and property deeds will be free.   Accepting donations.

Hopkins County Collion will begin collecting items for tornado survivors Monday at 7 am. Items can be dropped at 1550 Beulah Road (Princeton Pike), Madisonville between 7a-4p, Monday through Friday (items needed in comments)

Hopkins County Extension Family & Consumer Sciences 75 Cornwall Drive, Madisonville, KY  accepting donations of water, bread items, snacks, non-perishable food items.

Hopkins County YMCA Showers, phone charging, etc.
150 YMCA Drive, Madisonville   270-821-9622

Lakeshore Country Club accepting donations of water, food, etc.

Landmark Church  supplies available to displaced families and individuals.
590 Industrial Park Road, Dawson Springs, KY

Madisonville Beauty College - offering free shampoos and styles for anyone currently without power or water
270 Madison Square Drive

Madisonville's Best After School & Summer Camp Program Offering kids camp & meals to displaced kids. Contact Eric Myers directly via private message on Facebook

Madisonville First Baptist Church Collecting items such water, toiletries, blankets, etc.  They will take collected items to White Plains Baptist Church to be distributed to White Plains, Earlington, Mortons Gap, Manitou and surrounding counties.
270-821-3611

Manufacturer's Supply Co. receiving and distributing donated items.
1200 Nebo Road, Madisonville, KY  

Mortons Gap Food truck will be in front of the park on 12/13 to serve hot meals and have charging stations for cell phones

Mutt City Grooming  offering baths to displaced dogs.
575 McCoy Avenue, Madisonville, KY

Nortonville Baptist Church- They have no power, but are acting as a distribution center.   They are collecting supplies and resources and will distribute to different places that are having warm meals and warming sites
502-316-0045

Oh Sew Sweet Boutique - displaced people can pick up clothing and baby items, current needs: toothbrushes, hair brushes, diapers (adult and children), hygiene items.
210 East Arch Street

Outwood opened up cottages for shelter, showers.
23524 Dawson Springs Road, Dawson Springs, KY  270-797-3771

PACS CSBG Local Office Freddy Stafford - providing clothing, blankets, water and vouchers for gas and kerosene.
270-821-8114

Pennyrile Forest State Park Sheltering individuals.
20781 Pennyrile Lodge Road, Dawson Springs  270-797-3421

Quad State Tornado Found Items Facebook page - helping to return sentimental items to families who lost everything

Redemption City Warming Shelter 
110 railroad St Dawson Springs KY

Rickard's Rustic Wood Works has furniture and would like to donate to anyone in need.  Contact via Facebook or by 812-431-3895

Salvation Army  giving away free water Tuesday.  will be traveling to several communities to feed people; starting Operation Restore Christmas to provide Christmas gifts to those affected by the storms; items needed: cleaning supplies, tarps, snacks, new toys, drinks, kids new clothing, uses 100%$ of all disaster donations to support disaster relief.  Donate at https://www.facebook.com/donate/645874989922844
McCoy Avenue, Madisonville, KY

Southside Elementary School   Cooking and distributing meals
9220 Hopkinsville Road, Nortonville   270-825-6143

Staples Intake Hub Sign up for shifts here: https://forms.gle/N66HqeR2Qq7Vpsq4A
98 Madison Square Dr
Madisonville, KY 42431
To schedule delivery for relief effort supplies, the POC is Ruthann Padgett at 270-821-1939.

Star of Bethlehem Church Supplies available to displaced families and individuals
1315 Racetrack Road, Dawson Springs, KY

Tender Care Veterinary Clinic Housing displaced pets.

True Line Roofing If you need your roof tarped we have crews out and about...no charge! Just call 270.906.5005 or 270.978.0239

United Methodist Committee on Relief To support UMCOR's response to these storms and other disasters, give to UMCOR U.S. Disaster Response and Recovery:  https://umcmission.org/advance-project/90167

UPS truck parked out front accepting donations & supplies
925 Industrial Road Madisonville

West Hopkins School December 13-15th open 9 am to 1 pm as a drop off location for nonperishable food items, water, work gloves, individual Kool-Aid packets, personal hygiene items, Christmas toys, diapers and blankets

Workout Anytime Madisonville  9 am to 8 pm.  Anyone affected by the tornado are welcome to use our showers and water filling station during staff hours.  No membership needed.
25 S. Main St., Madisonville, KY  270-821-8021

White Plains Community Center serving as a shelter/warming facility.
112 NE Railroad Street, White Plains, KY  270-676-8639

WTTL Operation Save Christmas Please drop off toys wrapped with tag saying age and gender of gift (not large gifts, $5,$10, $15 or money to WTTL at
265 South Main, Madisonville, KY  270-584-5951

Lyon County Resources

Donation Site
Macedonia Baptist Church in Kuttawa  If you have been impacted by the tornado or have brought others into your home that are displaced please let us supply you! These supplies are for YOU!  If you are unable to pick them up we can get them to you.
3124 KY-93, Kuttawa, KY 42055. Contact us at 270-625-6672.

Volunteers Needed
In need of runners for meals & supplies. If you’re willing to use your personal vehicle to serve our neighbors effected by the tornadoes, please call Jenni at (270) 217-2885 to be added to the list.

Debris Removal Near Lake Barkley
Landowners can clean up debris from a tree that has fallen from their property onto the adjacent USACE property without approval.  A USACE park ranger can inspect the site to assist with identifying the boundary line and would need to document and approve the removal of any trees on USACE property. Coordinating with USACE in advance of cleanup helps to ensure the landowner is not be held responsible for the unauthorized removal of vegetation from public property. If a landowner is unsure if the tree was on USACE property, or would like to clean up storm damaged trees that are for sure on USACE property, They should contact Mr. Mike Looney or Mr. Kayl Kite with the local Resource Manager’s office prior to doing so. They may be reached at 270-362-4236.Adjacent landowners at Lake Barkley can contact the Resource Manager’s (Mike and Kayl above) There is also an online form that allows individuals to submit requests to be contacted by the Lake Barkley staff. That form can be found at: https://www.lrn.usace.army.mil/.../Shoreline-Management/

Marshall County Resources

Emergency Operations Center Donations & Resources Hotline - now operational.  If you have been affected by the storms in Marshall County and have any kind of need, please contact 270-527-8657.

Supplies
Benton Middle School Gym (donations are at capacity) - 8-5 Monday - Friday
God's Promises - 1300 Main St. 270-703-2499
Old Benton Library

Housing
Red Cross - Lone Oak First Baptist Church 3601 Lone Oak Rd. Paducah, KY 42003.  Call Pastor Hank Garner at 704-699-3473.
Kentucky Dam Village State Park - 270-362-4271
CFSB Center at Murray State University - 24 hour shelter to those in need.  Masks and social distancing are required.

Shower and laundry stations are available for residents affected by the severe weather.
Stations are located at:
East Marshall Fire Station 1
Moors Marina
Marshall County High School- North end (washer/dry unit only)

Water Distribution
Memorial Park - Calvert City
The National Guard has NON-POTABLE water distribution points beginning Saturday 12/18/21 8:00 am- 5:00pm at the following locations
East Marshall Baptist Church
Cambridge Shores Activity Building
Kentucky Lake Mission Church
East Marshall Fire Department Station 1
You must provide your own container

Volunteer Work - Beginning Wednesday, December 22, volunteer check in will be located at the Mike Miller Park visitors center located at 596 US Hwy 68 W Benton KY 42025 from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Marshall County Volunteer Sign Up - Are you interested in volunteering in Marshall County? Please complete this google form and someone from our EOC resources team will contact you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfy6Uyw_9xSDy2BTg1LL-22B9gAD_lQUp6wvGqjDVBofNOcsw/viewform

Crisis counseling services - will be available starting today, December 17th, at the Marshall County Resiliency Center from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm A detailed availability schedule for the coming days will be made available as times are confirmed.

Debris Management - Team Rubicon is a veteran led non profit organization providing assistance with debris management utilizing chainsaws and heavy equipment. They offer roof tarping and home interior damage clean out a zero cost to the homeowner. If you would like to receive assistance from Team Rubicon please call 424-750-2971

U.S. Small Business Administration is setting up a business recovery center today at the Joe Creason Building in the City of Benton, KY. Any business affected by the tornadoes should read through the SBA press release below and contact their office

Muhlenberg County Resources

Apple House Mercantile Corner of Everly Brothers in Central City accepting monetary donations

Beechmont Community Center 3612 Merl Travis Blvd. Beechmont, KY  accepting monetary donations

Bremen Elementary serving as a shelter facility , serving 2x meals a day .  Accepting monetary donations, gift cards from Walmart, Target, Lowes, Home Depot, Kroger that will be given to students affected by the tornado.  Can mail to ATTN:  Family Resource Center  5000 Main Street, Bremen, KY   270-525-6686

Briar Creek Cumberland Presbyterian Church2641 State Route 175 N. Bremen, KY  is providing help

Central City Convention Center serving as a shelter facility and distributing supplies
320 Golden Tide Avenue, Central City, KY  270-757-1723

Central City Fire Department 207 N Second Street, Central City accepting monetary donations

Green River Chapel 1009 River Road, Central City, KY  accepting monetary donations

Greenville Fire Department 200 Court Street, Greenville, KY  accepting monetary donations

Helix Massage & Wellness 110 W Everly Bros. Blvd. Central City, KY 42330

Hope 2 All Food Pantry 307 W. Mose Rager Blvd. Drakesboro, KY 42337

Muhlenberg Animal Hospital 815 N Second in Central City taking in lost and found or displaced pets

Muhlenberg County Agriculture Center 3705 State Route 1380 in Powderly providing stalls for livestock

Muhlenberg County Long Term Disaster Recovery drop off donations at Central City Tourism or City Hall.
Mail to: MCLTDR, Kevin Reed 113N. 3rd Street, Central City, KY 42330. 270-543-0501.

Old Muhlenberg South Middle School 200 Pritchett Drive, Greenville, KY  accepting donations.