Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 2022-03-22 11:06
Private nonprofits, including houses of worship and other faith-based organizations, in Crockett, Fayette, Haywood, Lauderdale, Shelby, Tipton and Weakley counties may be
eligible for FEMA Public Assistance to help cover the cost of emergency protective
measures, debris removal and repair or replacement of facilities damaged during the
February 3-4, 2022, severe winter storm. The program is funded by FEMA and
administered through the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA).
Shelby County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency asks that all persons with damage to their home or business submit damage caused by the February 2022 Ice Storm to our agency through the form found HERE.
Learn how to prepare for the unexpected by taking the FREE Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training from the Shelby County Office of Preparedness. CERT students learn life-saving skills; gain a new confidence that they will know what do before, during and after a disaster. And be able to assist family, neighbors, and co-workers until the professional rescuers arrive on the scene.
CERT training is presented through lectures, videos, and hands-on exercises to teach students what to do before, during, and after a disaster.
Testing for COVID-19 is available at no cost for anyone experiencing even mild symptoms. Testing sites are located throughout Shelby County. If you suspect that you have been exposed to someone who has confirmed COVID-19 and are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, please call your healthcare provider or contact one of the available testing sites to make an appointment.