The North Florida Inland Long Term Recovery Group works to coordinate recovery services and build resiliency for individuals, families and entities adversely impacted by the 2018 Hurricane Michael in Calhoun and Jackson counties.
For updates visit www.FloridaDisasters.org.
You can help!
Construction of this home is made possible by the generous partnership of many organizations. Skilled volunteer labor is provided by Orland Park Church in Orland Park, Illinois.
Donations towards the projected are needed, and much appreciated!
Hurricane Season is June 1 through November 30, 2023
Complete Disaster Supply Kit Checklist
Living in Florida offers many benefits and advantages, but be sure to thoroughly prepare for the 2023 Hurricane Season starting June 1. After assessing damages done from hurricanes in the past few years, Floridians are encouraged to have at least 7 days of supplies. These supplies include food, water, medicine, batteries, etc. Each family and business is advised to be adequately stocked and prepared to face this hurricane season.
During the past four years, four hurricanes have made landfall in Florida. In 2018, Hurricane Michael was the first hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. as a Category 5 since Hurricane Andrew in 1992. If you are unsure of what to do when disaster strikes, make a plan today. To get you and your family started on planning visit FloridaDisaster.org/GetAPlan.
For information about planning for any disaster and for disaster preparedness tips, visit www.ready.gov/.
North Florida Inland Long Term Recovery Group
Address: 4792 Hwy. 90, Unit X, Marianna, FL 32446
Phone: (850) 724-1120