Residents of Yellowstone County affected by the severe flooding in June can go to the disaster Recovery Center or Mobile Registration Intake Centers on August 3 at 8 am.

According to the news release, the Disaster Recovery Center is run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) team and Montana Disaster and Emergency Services. FEMA representatives and other agencies like the Small Bussiness Administration will be present to explain what options flood survivors have

The Disaster Recovery Center in Yellowstone County will be at United Way of Yellowstone County’s office, located at 2173 Overland Avenue, Billings, Montana. The hours of operation for the disaster center are from Monday through Saturday, 8 am to 6 pm. The center is closed on Sunday.

There will also be two Mobile Registration Intake Centers where Disaster Survivor Assistance teams will help others with their applications, updates, referrals, and further questions. The two locations are at the Laurel Fire Department at 215 First Street in Laurel, Montana, operating from August 1 – 4, 9 am to 5 pm. There will also be an intake center at the Worden Fire Station at 2463 Main Street in Worden from 9 am to 5 pm. this intake center will open from August 5 until August 9.

The news release also said that applying for assistance should be done online, if possible, before going to a Recover Center. This can be done online, on the FEMA App, or by calling 800-621-3362. Financial assistance could include basic home reports, temporary housing assistance, or disaster-related expenses for child care, transportation, etc.

Click here to apply for assistance or learn more information on support from FEMA for the state’s severe storm and flooding recovery.