Severe Weather Disaster Information

Sharkey County and Humphreys County have opened Document Assistance Drop-Off Centers 

These centers will allow survivors who have already applied for assistance to drop off supporting documents, ask questions, update their applications, and get advice on appealing a FEMA determination. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will also be available to answer questions and assist survivors with applications for low-interest disaster loans.

These centers will operate at the following locations:

·       Humphreys County: Humphreys County Library, 105 Hayden Street, Belzoni, MS 39038

·       Sharkey County: Sharkey Issaquena Nursing Home, 431 West Race Street, Rolling Fork, MS 39159


Friday, May 26

Tuesday, May 30 – Friday, June, 2

Monday, June 5 – Friday, June 9


8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

(Dates and Hours are subject to change)

Protect Yourself from Contractor Fraud

Fake or unlicensed contractors may try to take advantage of Mississippi residents affected
by the March 24-25 tornadoes. Insurance settlements, grants and loans allow homeowners
to begin work on their damaged homes. But homeowners need to hire contractors who are
authorized to do the work, will complete the work, and will do a good job.

Click here to learn how to Protect Yourself from Contractor Fraud

DENIED BY FEMA? Here’s what you do: 

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR FEMA APPLICANTS: FEMA may refer applicants to apply for assistance through the SBA. We ask applicants to continue the application process. Applicants may be eligible for additional benefits through FEMA by applying for an SBA Loan.

Transportation Services:

Residents in need of transportation can call the following resources:

  • Bolivar County Council on Aging Inc. – (662) 846-6161
    • 4 a.m. – 8 p.m. – Seven Days a Week
    • For Residents in Bolivar, Coahoma, Humphreys, Issaquena, Madison, Sharkey, Sunflower, Warren, Washington and Yazoo
  • Central Mississippi, Inc. – (662) 283-4781 (Ext. 317)
    • 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. – Seven Days a Week
    • For Residents in Attala, Carroll, Grenada, Holmes, Lefore, Montgomery and Yalobusha
  • Sunflower/Humphreys Counties Progress, Inc. – (662) 887-1431 or Toll Free: 1-888-677-1461
    • Demand Response
    • For residents in Sunflower, Holmes and Humphreys
  • Connect Mississippi can offer transportation to displaced survivors across the state.

For Donation/Volunteer Information, click here
For State Offered Services (DSNAP, Education information), click here
For Additional Resources, click here