Registration Details Released for Shelter at Home Program

posted about 1 year ago by carolineb from Baton Rouge Flood
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Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards released registration information for the Shelter at Home Program, a new program that will allow Louisiana residents whose homes flooded to shelter at their own home while they continue to rebuild, rather than relocating to a shelter, hotel or rental property.

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Pets

posted about 1 year ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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COMPANION ANIMAL ALLIANCE: Needs foster homes to house pets temporarily, large bath towels, paper towels, water, and food for volunteers and staff. Donations can be made online to assist with these needs by going to the organization's website

MEDICAL NEEDS SHELTER:

posted about 1 year ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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An evacuation shelter for people with special medical conditions only is now open on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. This is a shelter of last resort for people who currently receive in-home care and is not for the general public. This shelter is designed for individuals who are homebound,…

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PETS

posted about 1 year ago by Susanbrown from Baton Rouge Flood
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Sherwood South Animal Hospital on South Sherwood Forest Blvd. is offering to house pets. They've also got doctors on hand. Call (225) 293-6440 for more information.

A mobile pet shelter has been set up at the Baton Rouge River Center on 275 S River Rd.

The ASPCA has dispatched a…

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