Relief Efforts in Granbury, Cleburne Continue After Tornadoes

North Texas tornado response efforts
All North Texas residents that need assistance from the Red Cross following this tornado disaster should call 877-505-4800.

Following the deadly tornado outbreak across the North Texas area last week, the American Red Cross continues to provide sheltering, meals, snacks and supplies to affected families.

Here are current services available to residents:

HOOD COUNTY:

In collaboration with our partners and the city of Granbury, we have closed our Joint Assistance Center in Granbury. Red Cross services are still available to the community at our assistance center at the First United Methodist Church, 3433 Fall Creek Highway in Hood County.

The Red Cross shelter remains open at the First Christian Church in Granbury. Current shelter locations can be found on RedCross.org.

Red Cross responders are also out in the neighborhoods making sure residents have food and water and relief supplies such as shovels, rakes, work gloves, trash bags, sunscreen and more to help them with their clean-up efforts.

PARKER COUNTY:

We are closing out emergency aid station in Cleburne and referring residents who need Red Cross assistance in Parker County to visit our assistance center in Hood County or call 877-505-4800 for help.

Red Cross teams also remain active in the disaster zones, making sure families have food and water and relief supplies such as shovels, rakes, work gloves, trash bags, sunscreen and more.

All North Texas residents that need assistance from the Red Cross following this tornado disaster should call the Red Cross hotline at: 877-505-4800.