Residents call 844-965-1386 for help
 Relief organizations/ Emergency Management register at:
http://www.crisiscleanup.org/register
 Volunteer groups help, close cases. Shared operating picture.
 Service not guaranteed; done by unskilled volunteers; cannot fix
broken pipes.

What
Crisis Cleanup helps volunteers help more people after disasters. It is a free collaborative, disaster work-order management platform for all relief and community organizations. Survivors call for help cleaning up property. Local volunteer groups and churches claim a case, contact the homeowner, clean up, then mark the case “Closed.” Everyone can see what everyone else is doing. Only vetted, reputable organizations may participate. We do not allow for-profit contractors insurance agents, or unaffiliated volunteers.

Typical work: Muck and gut, debris removal to curb, tarping, chainsaw work, heavy item removal, etc.

Excluded: Debris removal to landfill, fixing pipes, removal of very large trees, etc.

Benefits: Crisis Cleanup shares a common operating picture with the whole community, reduces
duplication of efforts and improves efficiency for volunteer organizations and survivors. Crisis Cleanup has logged 28 disasters in Texas alone; 159 incidents total, and $1.1 Billion of community service in 45+ states.

When: Crisis Cleanup works best when a large number of organizations with many volunteers help a lot of survivors in a large area, all at the same time.
NEXT STEPS
 Introduction: https://www.crisiscleanup.org/about
 Training: https://www.crisiscleanup.org/training
 Register (Relief Organizations and Government Only): https://www.crisiscleanup.org/register
 Social Media Assets: http://blog.crisiscleanup.org
 Questions? https://crisiscleanup.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new