Tornado Recovery Resources

Supplies for Tornado Clean-Up


Old Timex building
13th and Pike Avenue, NLR
NLR residents can go there to receive items like diapers, food, water, tarps, rakes, leaf bags, and clean-up supplies — or to drop off donations.


All storm debris, green, construction/demolition, and stumps must be on the curb by 5 pm, April 30, for removal. The contractor will start the final pass through the city beginning May 1.

First Baptist Church
701 Country Club Road
Samaritan’s Purse U.S. Disaster Relief
Removal/salvaging of personal property and furniture, tree work, debris clean-up, and roof tarping.


The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center is now open from 7 am – 7 pm, 7 days a week Until further notice. They are located at the First United Methodist Church, at the corner of W. Main & Second Streets.


The Centers, a non-profit agency, is offering walk-in appointments with trauma-informed and trained counselors. They also have an adjacent primary care clinic with same-day medical appointments and a convenient on-site pharmacy open to the public.

Three locations in Little Rock:
12th Street, Merrill Drive, and Freeway Medical Tower
Visit their website.


Bill’s Fence Company
Offering free temporary dog kennels. Call for information and details.

Arkansas homeowners and renters in three counties that sustained damage from the storms on March 31 could be eligible for help from FEMA. The designated counties are Cross, Lonoke, and Pulaski.

The fastest and easiest way to appy for assistance is by clicking here to visit the agency’s website.

If not possible to apply online, please call 1-800-621-3362. This toll-free line is open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. CDT seven days a week. If you use video relay service (VRS), captioned telephone service or others, give FEMA your number for that service.

When you apply for assistance, please have this information readily available:

  • Current phone number where you can be contacted
  • Your address at the time of the disaster AND the address where you are now staying
  • Your Social Security number, if available
  • A general list of damage and losses
  • If insured, the policy number or the agent and/or insurance company name


Center for Arkansas Legal Services offers free civil legal aid for low-income people. Can help with Family Law, Consumer Law, Housing Law, Public Benefits Law, and Other (veterans, will/beneficiary deeds).

They are able to help with legal problems that arise from disasters, such as Contractor Scams, Public Benefits, Landlord-Tenant Disputes, Unemployment, Insurance Denials, Document Replacement, Mortgage and Bankruptcy, and Public Utilities.

Helpline: 501-376-3423
Toll-Free: 800-950-5817
Click here to apply online now.