Multi-Agency Resource Center to close in Eureka

Mark Burtin's home was damaged Thursday night in a tornado that hit Eureka. (KSN Photo)

EUREKA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Multi-Agency Resource Center at the Eureka Community Activity Center is closed. Beginning today a Red Cross representative will be available at the Eureka Public Library starting at 1 p.m. to provide any needed support or assistance. Additionally, an information table and resource guide will be available at the Eureka Public Library for the community listing additional resources available from community partners.

Thirteen agencies came together to provide services and referrals to impacted residents of the tornado. To date, a total of 170 individuals.

“I am grateful for the support of the local community and partner agencies,” said Michelle Jantz, Executive Director of the Red Cross. “The community spirit in Eureka is heart-warming to see. Red Cross will continue to partner local agencies to support recovery efforts in the weeks and months to come.”

Impacted residents are in need of Red Cross assistance they can contact our 24 hour number at 844-334-7569.


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