Our mission is to build community resiliency across Oklahoma by providing hope to disaster survivors in Long Term Recovery through: project and volunteer management servicing home repair needs; awareness and advocacy; preparedness and mitigation services; all to vulnerable populations who have no means of recovery on their own.
Active recovery efforts from the May 2022 disasters in Muskogee, Seminole, and Okmulgee areas as well as active response efforts from the April 2023 disasters in Cole, Noble, and Shawnee areas are in need of volunteers. Oklahomans impacted by tornadoes and flooding are in need of your help. Your support is critical in making homes home again for all those in need. Please volunteer and donate today!
“I just wanted to thank you so much for everything. I want you to know how much I appreciate what you are doing for us. We never thought we’d go home. There are no words to show my appreciation to you all. You are angels in my mind. Just know that I’ll never forget this remarkable thing you are doing for us.” ~ Sonny
“I am truly thankful to you ALL, beyond words!!! I’m still trying to take it all in. Here I am again, crying, as I write this and think about you wonderful people who gave so much! There is no way possible, I could have pulled half of this off on my own. Since you were here making my house and life a better place, I thank God for being here with me, and thank Him for sending you to me in my time of need. … I am sincerely grateful to ALL of you!!! I can’t tell you how good it feels to come home and kick my shoes off, and walk on the floor again. Home is a good place to be again, already. God bless all of you!!!” ~ Angie
ROAD serves disaster survivors through the disaster case management process. When a disaster survivor has been vetted and determined to have home repair needs they can not meet on their own, they are then served through the free services we offer.