Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
June 29, 2012: A strong storm system with damaging winds and heavy rains caused widespread damage and power outages across the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic states.
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To find a shelter: Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362. Have friends or family that need to find shelter? Send this information to them via text.
Frozen Food and Power Outages (Foodsafety.gov)
The catastrophic effects of a hurricane often cause stress. If you are experiencing distress from the storm, call 877-SAMHSA7 to receive help and referrals to local crisis lines.
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