Flood Cleanup, Recovery, and Resilience Webinar
Are you a professional or volunteer working with individuals and families in disaster recovery? If so, the Flood Cleanup, Recovery, and Resilience webinar is for you!
What Will I Learn?
The state of Minnesota was inundated with flood waters this June. Many communities and residents are struggling to recover.
We hosted a webinar to help professionals identify resources to assist individuals and families with disaster recovery. This webinar reviewed some of the University of Minnesota Extension’s resources on:
- Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit — Comprehensive resource that discusses strategies and provides tools that can help families move along the road towards financial recovery.
- Cleaning a Home after a Flood
- Family Resiliency During Stressful Times
The webinar is appropriate for those who work with individuals and families in disaster recovery, including emergency management staff, city and county staff and officials, public health staff, and volunteers.View Webinar Now
Flood Cleanup Resource List (436 K PDF) — Links to financial recovery, cleanup, resiliency, agriculture, water safety, and food safety resources.
Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit — University of Minnesota Extension, North Dakota State University Extension Service, and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota — Comprehensive toolkit discusses strategies and provides tools that can help you move along the road of financial recovery.
Moisture Management — Resources for excess moisture in the home, flood damage repair, mold, and more.
Recover from Floods — This web page provides links for all of the University of Minnesota Extension's resources on flood recovery; part of the Extreme Weather website.