• In addition to our primary role of connecting residents to the help they need, Iowa/Nebraska 211 is involved in local disaster planning, response, and recovery. Whether it is a flood, windstorm, extended heatwave, ice storm, or other types of disasters, 211 provides support to community and emergency service providers in the event of a disaster.

    The Iowa/Nebraska 211 Centers work closely together to ensure that 211 information services remain available during a local or state emergency.

  • Nebraska and Iowa are experiencing significant disaster-related issues. The situation is continually changing. Please dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898-211 if you have needs at this time.

    For Nebraska and Southwest Iowa, click here for a current list of flood-specific resources.

Iowans and Nebraskans may now call 211 with questions or concerns about the massive 2019 flooding and what steps they can take toward recovery.


Flood Website 


Governor Kim Reynolds launched an easy-to-navigate website at floods2019.iowa.gov. The 2019 Iowa Floods website includes sections on:

1. Recovery resources: Grant programs, housing, rebuilding, staying safe, farming and agriculture resources, and replacing documents.
2. Travel information 
3. Latest news

4. Social media information.

VolunteerIVOAD Website

To volunteer to help Iowans affected by the floods of 2019, please visit the Iowa Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster website.






Flood Relief Resources Website 

United Way of the Midlands has created a web page with links to multiple resources for flood relief and recovery unitedwaymidlands.org/flood-relief-recovery.





The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency also has flood resources available online at nema.nebraska.gov.





Our Partners

  • United Ways East Central Iowa
  • United Way Midlands
  • United Way Quad Cities Area
  • United Way of Central Iowa
  • Gunderson Health System
  • Iowa State University Extension Outreach