Updated Wednesday, June 12, 1:15pm
St. Vincent de Paul has tremendous resources available for Tornado Victims. You do not have to be Catholic to call for help.
|St. Vincent de Paul Dayton||Phone: 937.222.7349|
|124 West Apple St.||Fax: 937.222.7944|
|Dayton, OH 45402-2617||[email protected]|
POSTAL UPDATE FOR DAYTON, Ohio (from Channel 22 WRGT/WKEF) – The United States Postal Service is announcing that mail delivery services will be curtailed until normal conditions are restored. This is due to the tornado that passed through North Dayton on Memorial Day.
USPS announced that if mailboxes are blocked off and conditions are difficult, letter carriers must always consider safety and accessibility first. Letter carriers have been instructed to not deliver to mailboxes and locations which are too hazardous to access.
Customers in the following zip codes can pick up their mail at the corresponding post offices.
Anyone picking up their mail are required to provide a valid photo ID and their delivery address in order to pick up their mail. Customers can call the postal service’s toll free number 800-ASK-USPS (800-2758777) or the text telephone number 877-TTY-2HLP (877-889-2457) for help with any postal related questions they may have.
Dayton Board of Realtors offers aid for homeowners affected by tornadoes. https://www.daytondailynews.com/business/ohio-realtors-offer-aid-for-tornado-victims-with-home-damage/eVqZ2szm3M1HD8Zk8F9UxM/
Countywide Information Hotline
(937) 225-6217 from 9am to 6pm
Sheriff’s Disaster Supplies:
The warehouse is located at 310 S Jefferson just north of US 35 near the K12 galleries. We will be back open Monday-Saturday 8:00-4:00 next week.
You may drop off supplies. They have enough water at this point [updated as supplies are dispatched]. No used items, No Clothing, No Furniture.
Montgomery County Veterans Service Commission is ready to help veterans pay insurance deductibles as a result of tornado damage here in Dayton.
If you are a veteran and live in Montgomery County, we can help you as you recover from this week’s storms. Up to $1,000 in assistance is available to veterans for storm related insurance deductibles.