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Hurricane Delta - October 2020


Claims Information

Gulf Coast Claims Facility Releases Protocol for Emergency Advance Payment
Gulf Coast Claims Facility Protocol for Emergency Advance Payments August 23, 2010
Gulf Coast Claims Facility Forms
Gulf Coast Claims Facility Claimant Bill of Rights
Gulf Coast Claims Facility FAQ



Crisis Programs

Residents Encouraged to Pre-Apply for Disaster Food Assistance Ahead of Possible Flooding, Hurricane SeasonDisaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (DSNAP) (aka Disaster Food Stamps)As Louisiana residents eye the rising Mississippi River, the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is encouraging residents to prepare by pre-applying online for Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits (DSNAP), formerly called Disaster Food Stamps. DCFS Secretary Ruth Johnson said (in a press release on 5/7/11) that while a DSNAP program is not in effect, now is the perfect time to pre-apply and be prepared for this or any future disaster.To pre-apply, residents can visit www.dcfs.louisiana.gov or www.getagameplan.org or call 1-888-LA HELP U (1-888-524-3578).To view the original press release dated May 7, 2011, from the Department of Children and Family Services, click here.Businesses urged to register for Mississippi River flooding eventThe Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center, or LA BEOC, an annex to the State Emergency Operations Center, is now activated to prepare for Mississippi River flooding and related impacts. Louisiana's businesses are strongly encouraged to register with the LA BEOC portal -- www.labeoc.org -- so that they can participate in the process and have a voice in the state's preparedness, response and recovery efforts.Spirit Coastal Recovery Counseling ProgramLouisiana Spirit Coastal Recovery Counseling Program is a Crisis Counseling and Stress Management program for individuals, families and groups most affected by the recent oil spill along the Louisiana Gulf Coast. For Assistance, contact 1-877-500-9997.



Important Links

National Water Information System for Houma, LA
USGS National Water Information System For Dulac, LA
National Hurricane Center



Maps

USACE Inundation Maps



Emergency Updates


    Curfew

    A curfew is in place for all areas south and east of the Intracoastal Waterway from 10 PM until 5 AM every day until further notice.

    Potable Water
    We are under a boil water advisory for all areas SOUTH and EAST of the Intracoastal Waterway in Terrebonne Parish until further notice.
    Follow Consolidated Waterworks on Facebook for up-to-date information @TerrebonneParishWaterworks
    Roads
    Check road situations at 511la.org.
    Sandbags
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    School Closures
    Check the Terrebonne Parish School District's website at tpsd-la.schoolloop.com for the latest info on public schools in the parish.
    Shelters
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    Waterways
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