Walton Co. Community Organizations Active in Disasters (COAD)

Leaking Roofs . . . . Sagging Foundations . . . . Ceiling Damage . . . Ruined Walls . . . Mold & Mildew Damage . . . . Children and Elderly at Risk . . . . Road Entry Erosion . . . . A/C Failure . . . . Structual Damage by Flooding . . . . Ceiling Fans Shorted . . . . Please Help! . . .


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Dial 211
or
850-892-4357
or
Email US



The Mission:

The Walton County Long Term Recovery Organization will provide spiritual, emotional, physical and financial resources to those affected by disasters, regardless of race, gender, creed, color, sexual orientation, disability or religious preference.

We accomplish these goals by engaging the faith-based, non-profit and community leaders into a coordinated disaster recovery entity. We utilize case management to ensure the most vulnerable populations receive the assistance they need, and assist them with their own recovery.

Ways You Can Help:

Help can come in the form of donations, time, volunteer labor, equipment, skilled trades, materials, supplies, etc..

To help, please contact any of the people below:

Call Walton County's 211 information line or 850-892-4357
or

Jeff Goldberg
Walton County Emergency Management Director
850-951-7280 ~
Email Jeff
or
Ben Tarpley
Founder of Hammers & Hearts
478-258-7585 ~ Email Ben

To Donate:
All donations are tax-deductible through the United Way 501(c)3 IRS status

Credit Card Donations: Click Here for a secure transaction.

Donate using PayPal

For Checks:
Make checks payable to:
W.C. LTRO
C/O United Way of Okaloosa/Walton Counties

Mail to:
W.C. LTRO
C/O United Way of Okaloosa/Walton Counties
112 Tupelo Avenue
Fort Walton Beach, FL. 32548


Area of Current Needs in Walton County

Current Needs The Walton County LTRO board is in the continual process of adding new volunteers as part of its overall efforts to help those who have no other means of assistance in recovery from natural disasters. We look forward to you becoming part of this effort.

Florida VOAD is the forum where organizations share knowledge and resources as part of their overall mission throughout the disaster cycle in preparation, response, and recovery, to help disaster survivors and their communities. The statewide body facilitates cooperation, communication, coordination and collaboration of member organizations in all phases of disaster to maximize member impact. Florida Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters


Some of Our Partners:

Every organization, business, and private individual is invited to participate.

Information First 211 Dial 211 or 892-4357 (HELP)
Tina Odom, 211 Coordinator
COPE Center
3686 US Highway 331
DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435
850-892-8045 ext. 256
Fax: 850-892-8039
todom@copecenter.org
Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida, Inc.
Robby Youd
Interim Chief Executive Officer
11 North B St.
Pensacola, Florida 32502
850-435-3516
catholiccharities@cc.ptdiocese.org
Catholic Charities of Florida Disaster Response Gabe Tischler
Emergency Management Specialist
Catholic Charities of Florida, Inc.

201 West Park Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-205-6821
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Catholic-Charities-of-Florida/478765615546909?ref=stream
Walton County Emergency Management Emergency Management
of Walton County, Florida

Jeff Goldberg & Al Ford
850-951-7280
Operation Get It Done Operation Get It Done
Josh Hipp, Director of Local Operations
330-473-5644
United Way of Walton County United Way of Okaloosa-Walton Counties
Ken Hinrichs, President/CEO
850-243-0315
ken@united-way.org
Red Cross of Walton County Red Cross
Amy Eden, Disaster Program Manager
4100 S Ferdon BLVD #B4
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-3356
Amy.Eden@redcross.org
Salvation Army Walton County Area Salvation Army
Chris Welch
425 Mary Esther Cut-Off
Fort Walton Beach, FL
850-243-4531
chris_welch@uss.salvationarmy.org




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