Take survey at LAfloodsurvey.com
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Together Baton Rouge has launched a "flood damage survey," to assess immediate needs in the wake of the 2016 floods and inform longer-term policy responses at the federal, state and local governmental levels.
The survey includes questions on the scale and location of each respondents' damage, whether they have flood insurance, flood victims' pressing needs, medical and mental health needs, and others.
The survey takes about 6 minutes to complete.
The survey began as an effort to assess the needs of Together BR's membership, but it has expanded into a far broader project assessing flood-related damages faced by all residents.
Please share the flood damage survey with anyone you know with flood damage to a home, car, business or other property.
Thousands of people in our community have decided to wear “Together Baton Rouge” pins for the next month, as a small symbol of our commitment to face this time of crisis TOGETHER as a community.
The idea started when General Russel Honoré appeared on CNN and MSNBC wearing his pin.
To order Together BR pins or car magnets, CLICK HERE.
Two days after the killing of two Baton Rouge police officers Montrell Jackson and Matthew Gerald and Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Garafola, two weeks after the killing of Alton Sterling, hundreds of faith and community leaders, black, white and hispanic, gathered at St. Paul Lutheran Church to say: “We refuse to be divided.”
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