Recently, tornadoes caused significant damage throughout areas of Georgia. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and businesses that are affected by this. We are currently working with businesses and homeowners to help restore Georgia homes and businesses. If your home or business was affected by the Georgia tornados, please visit our this page for information. The state of Georgia is actively assessing the impact this tornado has caused to businesses. This information is gathered to help the state understand which companies are impacted and providing resources to the business owners as it becomes available.  Here are resources for those affected by the Georgia tornados: 

For businesses or homeowner’s that have a property loss, please click here.

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  • AT&T Offering Relief to Customers in Georgia, Alabama

    AT&T said it is waiving talk, text and data overage charges for any customers in Georgia and Alabama directly impacted by the tornadoes. That includes AT&T Postpaid & PREPAID customers with billing addresses in zip codes of affected areas from Jan. 13, 2023, through Jan. 19, 2023. Click here for more details.

    Georgia Red Cross

    In addition to volunteers and staff who are helping displaced residents, the Georgia Red Cross is offering shelters for those who need them. The locations are:

    First United Methodist Church
    1401 Maple Drive
    Griffin, GA 30224

    City Park Gymnasium
    601 Camp Northern Road
    Griffin, GA 30224

    Faith Baptist Church
    552 Hammett Road
    LaGrange, GA 30241

    Locust Grove Recreation Center
    10 Cleveland Street
    Locust Grove, GA 30248

    The Red Cross is also accepting donations from the public to help those in need.

    Meriwether County hotline

    The county has a tornado hotline at 706-672-7201 available for residents searching for resources.

    Meriwether County tarp, supplies pick up

    The Salvation Army will help distribute tarps, clean-up kits, and portable drinking water for people impacted by the tornado at Fellowship Baptist Church at 49 Todd Rd. People who can’t get there can call the hotline at 706-672-7201 to have a volunteer help get supplies to those who can’t make it to a distribution center.

    The Salvation Army is also serving dinner, Jan. 16 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church and at the DFACS parking lot at 17234 Roosevelt Hwy in Greenville.

    Henry County Free Storm Debris Drop-off

    The Henry County Recycling Center on 65 West Asbury Rd. in McDonough will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for residents who need to bring storm debris in. There will be no charge for services during these two days.

    Relevant Church Disaster Relief (Henry County)

    Relevant Church is assembling disaster relief teams and shelter for those who need it.

    Anyone who is available to assist with cleanup from storm damage is asked to TEXT 470-290-6123 with their 1) name and age, and 2) what equipment they have, or if they are available to use their hands for cleanup.

    For those who are in need of shelter, Relevant Church in Locust Grove off Hwy 42 and Tanger Boulevard will be open from 6:00 p.m. Friday until 9:00 a.m. Saturday. No advanced notice is necessary.

    Spalding County Volunteer and Donated Goods Call Center

    The center will open Friday from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at 220 East Solomon St. and will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items, gift cards, toiletries, and other personal items.

    Volunteers and storm victims can call 678-453-4508. People who may be experiencing a mental health crisis can call 988.

    No clothing will be accepted. Additional volunteer opportunities will be announced later.

    Troup County debris disposal

    Residents can take vegetative debris to the C&D Landfill at 174 Parmer Rd. in LaGrange. The landfill will temporarily extend its operating hours to help handle the amount of waste.

    • Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Saturday, Jan. 14: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    • Saturday, Jan. 21 & 28: 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Resources for impacted businesses:
  • Businesses can call (202) 463-5518 for direct support from disaster recovery experts from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Resilience in a Box – A resource guide based on best practices designed to help educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience.
  • Disaster Recovery Quick Guides – In partnership with Shell, these guides have tailored tips for small businesses looking to prepare and recover.
  • Information on the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster assistance loans