Tropical Storm Isaias Recovery updates from the USO of North Carolina
USO OF NC LOCATION CLOSURES AND OPERATIONS
The USO of NC’s Mobile Operations Center is standing by in Raleigh to support as needed. All other USO of NC centers remain closed.
Please check back at this page, we will continue to update if conditions change.
SUPPORTING SERVICE MEMBERS AS THEY PREPARE TO DEPLOY TO PROVIDE TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE RELIEF
The USO of North Carolina is preparing to support service members who will deploy as part of tropical storm or hurricane relief efforts.
They’ll be called away from their families at a moment’s notice for an indefinite period of time.
Our team is prepared to deploy our mobile operations center, provide care packages, toiletries and other essentials, as well as additional relief programs to those called to serve.
NCSERVES PROVIDERS READY TO ASSIST VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Veterans seeking long-term assistance in the aftermath of the storm can contact NCServes Central Carolina. Our team stands ready to assist. Veterans may experience a slight delay in response and referral time. NCServes Central Carolina’s primary focus is assisting veterans and their families in navigating various resources needed as they face the storm aftermath.
SUPPORT FROM OUR PARTNERS
We are grateful for our corporate partners assisting us with preparation efforts.
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