Wayne Metro Community Action Agency has been working alongside local leaders and organizations to support residents who experienced severe flooding due to the rain event of June 25th and 26th. Wayne Metro is able to dispatch PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) Teams to help relocate residents to temporary, emergency housing while home clean up efforts take place.
The Agency is also accepting applications for emergency food and supplies, rent and utility assistance, along with property and income tax assistance. Additionally, Wayne Metro is also accepting applications for the Great Lakes Water Authority WRAP (Water Residential Assistance Program) that provides eligible residents of the GLWA service area with payment assistance and home water conservation services.
1. Statement from Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan on President Biden’s Disaster Declaration for Wayne and Washtenaw Counties Following Historic Rainstorm – City of Detroit
2. DETROIT WATER & SEWERAGE DEPT RESPONDS TO SEVERE FLOODING THROUGHOUT THE CITY FOLLOWING NEARLY SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN – City of Detroit
3. MDHHS provides State Emergency Relief to low-income residents who need home repairs because of flooding – Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
4. FLOODING CLEAN UP HELP FORM – Dearborn, MI
5. Report Flood Damage and Estimated Losses – Dearborn, MI
6. Inkster residents can call (313) 395-3050 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to report flood damage
7. City crews will begin emergency cleaning and sanitizing next week for the most vulnerable homeowners | July 9, 2021 – City of Detroit