Marion Disaster Recovery Network offers assistance to residents of Marion County after a natural disaster strikes. We are comprised of a network of community partners who are able to help those in our community rebuild their homes.
United Way of Marion County, Interfaith Emergency Services, Isaiah Foundation, Marion County Emergency Operations Center, Ocala Housing Authority, Heart of Florida Health Center, Marion Senior Services, Marion County Community Services, CareerSource, All Florida Homes Realty, Florida Department of Health, and Marion County Children's Alliance.
HOW WE HELP
When storms hit Marion County, our neighbors may lose their homes or be forced to vacate due to damages.
We help in three ways.
1)When assistance from FEMA, homeowners insurance and others end, these affected homeowners are brought to the attention of the Marion Disaster Recovery Network.
2) Each application is individually reviewed for approval.
3) Upon approval our case managers work as advocates to bring together resources to remedy displacement and assist in the repair and rebuilding of homes.
Applications for assistance will be available soon. Please continue to check this page.
With supporters like you, together we can make a difference. Help our neighbors by donating you time, building materials, equipment, skills and financial support.
If you’re in need of assistance: Dial 2-1-1, United Way’s free health, social and human services referral hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The 2-1-1 network provides access to more than 750 community programs.