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Important Phone #s

Emergencies
911

American Red Cross
1-800-975-7585 (financial assistance)
1-866-438-4636 (disaster assistance)
1-800-HELP-NOW
337-478-5122 (local office)

All State
1-800-54-STORM

Calcasieu Parish Animal Services
337-721-3730

FEMA
1-800-621-3362

Federal Assistance
1-800-333-4636

Lake Charles Fire Department
911

Louisiana Disaster and Recovery Fund
Supports long term family restoration and recovery and helps provide assistance.
1-877-HELPLA1 or visit www.louisianahelp.org

Louisiana State Police Information
225-925-6006

Mold and Mildew help
www.dhhemergencynews.com

National Weather Service
337-477-5285

NOAA Hurricane Center
305-361-4400

Price Gouging
1-800-351-4889

Police Jury (Calcasieu)
1-888-774-2777

Postal Service Information
1-800-275-8777

Shelter insurance claim
Call 1-800-SHELTER

Social Services
1-888-524-3578

State EOC
225-925-3916

State Farm
1-800-SF-CLAIM

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