STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Harvest Hotline activated
News release from the state Ag Department:
Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has activated the North Dakota Harvest Hotline for farmers who need combining services and for independent combiners ... Posted on 8/10/10 at 10:59 AM
The North Dakota Department of Emergency Services has set up a hotline for North Dakota citizens who have sustained damage to private residences because of this spring’s flooding. The purpose of the hotline is to find out the scale of flood damaged homes in North Dakota.
When the Red River burst its banks last spring, flooding dozens of surrounding towns and cities, thousands of worried or displaced residents called a statewide 211 hot line to help find shelter or a meal.
But the nonprofit group that operates the service, which provides referrals for a range of social services, says it can no longer afford to do so for most of North Dakota — and residents may have to do without it as they face more flooding this spring.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, February 17, 2010
Minnesota has started a hotline to help farmers feeling the financial and psychological impact the tough times.
It’s in high need. The nation’s largest network of crisis hotlines for agricultural workers, Iowa-based AgriWellness, has seen an 18 percent increase in calls.
North Dakota’s flu hotline has been getting a healthy dose of calls since it started nearly two weeks ago.
The public health hotline is set up to answer questions about swine flu, also known as the H1N1 strain, as well as seasonal flu.
North Dakota’s lawyers have organized to help people who have property damage or have been displaced by the statewide flooding this spring. Legal Services of North Dakota is staffing a special central intake flood hotline, 1-800-634-5263.
April 17, 2009
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