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About 65 homes are destroyed and 17 people reported dead in mudslides across Montecito, California. Mandatory evacuation orders were expanded Thursday evening, Jan 11, to Montecito areas below Highway 192/Foothill road, a move Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said is meant to...

Map of Puerto Rico

Communications Report No. 2 provides updates from Puerto Rico as of October 6, 2017 for status of communications in 34 specific municipalities in Puerto Rico. The report includes municipalities most impacted by cell towers down. It is not an all inclusive list for impacted...

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Humanity Road is activated for Florida for Hurricane Irma. This is a report of impacts from Hurricane Irma on some of the counties of Florida in the United States. It also includes useful information links. It is based on initial reports from social...

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Tractor Trailers loaded with hay and fencing material line up getting ready to depart to the panhandle wildfires.

Update April 20, 2017

Today we lay our pitchfork down and close out this activation. It’s been an honor helping to support the disaster response with fuel credits. Helping defray the cost of delivering food and supplies to farmers and animals impacted by wildfires was one...

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More than 180,000 people are under evacuation orders which also includes “all Yuba County on the valley floor” and the city of Marysville. Evacuations have been ordered for low levels of Oroville, California, and several areas downstream from Lake Oroville because of erosion on the Oroville...

Aerial image of residential houses impacted by August 2016 Louisiana Flood

This is Humanity Road’s Situation Report No. 1 for the August flooding in Louisiana. It includes information on general background, emergency numbers and helplines, reunification sites, communications, and help for animals. It also includes sections for 5 parishes: Ascension, East Baton Rouge,...

Aerial image of flooding impacting  hundreds of homes ina Louisiana residential housing complex

On March 19, by joint effort Humanity Road and Standby Task Force collaborated to create parish map of Louisiana. The GIS map can be accessed at the...

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The following resources cover a wide range of national, state, regional, and local human and social service organizations, governmental organizations and other associations that may be able to help people recover from the recent South Carolina floods.



Joaquin has left much of South Carolina flooded, and left many people without access to water.

Humanity Road has been activated by FEMA to check on water needs and supplies in Columbia, Charleston, and statewide.


Five states along the eastern coast of the United States have declared a state of emergency in anticipation of Hurricane Joaquin. It is no longer expected to make landfall along the coast.

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(Humanity Road Disaster response operations concluded on August 14, 2015 for this event)

Ongoing daily and near real-time situation report updates on the Soudelor disaster, especially social media info.

Over 30 July – 3 August, Tropical Cyclone Soudelor crossed the...

Map of California with yellow marking the impact of the earthquake zone

An earthquake measuring an estimated 6.0 struck southern Napa County early Sunday with widespread reports of damage throughout the area. Humanity Road volunteers monitored this event and amplified instructions and messages from officials. This was the largest Bay Area quake since the 1989 Loma...

Aerial image of algae bloom on Lake Erie affecting local water sources, embedded image shows icons for "do not drink the water"

On August 2, 2014, the Governor of Ohio declared a state of emergency and the state Emergency Operations Center (EOC) was opened in response to a contaminant, microcystin, being found in Toledo’s Collins Park Water Treatment Plant.

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