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Watershed E-zine

 

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Watershed is an e-zine distributed by the Indiana Association of United Ways to showcase a united, community-based response to the tornado and flood disasters that devastated parts of Indiana in 2008. Many major highways and county roads were closed due to waist-high water. More than 30,000 Hoosier homes sustained extensive damage, thousands of people were evacuated from their neighborhoods and overall damage exceeded $1 billion.

 

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Eleven IssueVolume 1 Number Eleven (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 1.03 MB)

This final issue summarizes Indiana’s response to the 2008 floods and storms and details the importance of a disaster plan during calm times.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Ten IssueVolume 1 Number Ten (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 656 KB)

What has been accomplished overall in the flood-stricken Indiana communities and how they're thriving or still need help a year and a half later.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Nine IssueVolume 1 Number Nine (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 722 KB)

Learn how communities raised funds to rebuild after the floods and how a grant from the Indiana Natural Disaster Fund has made a huge difference.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Eight IssueVolume 1 Number Eight (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 830 KB)

Mental health experts and those at area 2-1-1 sites around Indiana respond to immediate crisis and work through the healing process.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Seven IssueVolume 1 Number Seven (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 975 KB)

Lakeshore Area Regional Recovery of Indiana continues to work with more than 900 families in need of aid from Floods caused by Hurricane Ike.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Six IssueVolume 1 Number Six (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 971 KB)

Just one year after winter floods overtook parts of Northwestern Indiana, they hit again. DANI helps communities based along the Tippecanoe River.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Five IssueVolume 1 Number Five (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 521 KB)

Learn why dozens of students from California to Washington, D.C., felt strongly about giving up their vacation to help Hoosiers in need.

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Four IssueVolume 1 Number Four (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 801 KB)

There’s often a frantic effort to get back into a flooded house. But sometimes coming home isn’t so easy.

 

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Three IssueVolume 1 Number Three (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 455 KB)

Find out why trained case managers are vital to families and their recovery.

 

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number Two IssueVolume 1 Number Two (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 947 KB)

Weeks after a disaster, spirits plummet as the rush of attention and volunteers leave.

 

Watershed Cover and Link to Volume 1 Number One IssueVolume 1 Number One (Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, 608 KB)

Flash floods caught residents in Terre Haute, Columbus, Helmsburg and Monticello off guard.

 

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