City of Key West
Emergency information and important contacts for the City of Key West www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov Key West Information Hotline: (305) 809-1101
City of Marathon
Residents with special needs who cannot perform basic repairs or tasks associated with storm recovery, can call the Fire Department (305-743-5266) or Public Works (305-743-0033) Departments for help.
The City asks residents to stop and take pictures of downed trees before beginning any major project. Lot clearing requires a permit, and illegal clearing under the guise of storm damage will be subject to code compliance measures. Starting today, the City will begin expedited permitting (digital and in-person submittal). In the scope of work, please include the words “Hurricane Ian” to identify permits to expedite.
Chapters Health Hospice Monroe
Offering free grief and loss support for the community. Even though the Keys did not take a direct hit from Hurricane Ian, we realize many individuals did experience flooding, loss of some personal property and/or emotional stress. (305) 396-8100
Disaster Legal Aid
Palm Beach Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe Counties
Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida | coasttocoastlegalaid.org | 654-736-2400
Legal Aid Service of Broward County | browardlegalaid.org | 954-765-8950
Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County | legalaidpbc.org | 561-655-8944
Legal Aid Society of Dade County | dadelegalaid.org | 305-579-5733
Legal Services of Greater Miami | legalservicesmiami.org | 305-576-0080
Florida Rural Legal Services | frls.org | 888-582-3410
For the latest information on Florida’s recovery from Hurricane Ian, visit floridadisaster.org/info and fema.gov/disaster/4673 Follow FEMA Region 4 (@femaregion4) / Twitter and at facebook.com/fema
FIRM Florida Keys
Post Hurricane Ian information for filing claims: https://firmkeys.org/post-hurricane-ian-information-for-filing-claims/
Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission (FWC)
If, due to Hurricane Ian, your vessel was displaced (became derelict as a direct result of the storm) you may contact the FWC for help. If the vessel was effected to the degree you cannot recover the vessel or bring it into compliance, a waiver may be completed which will enable the FWC to remove the vessel from the waters of the state.
To contact FWC to have a displaced vessel removed by the State.
305-289-2320 Mon – Fri 8-5
Ask FWC: https://myfwc.com/contact/tell-us/
OR Google – Ask FWC... and click on the button to make a request
Florida Keys Outreach Coalition
Food pantry at 2221 Patterson Ave open Mon, Tue, Fri from 9 am-4pm. (305) 293-8189
Habitat for Humanity Lower Keys
Used furniture available for donation. email@example.com
Monroe County Social Services
- Providing free transportation for individuals whose cars were flooded. (305) 292-4408
Monroe County School District
The latest updates for Monroe County Schools. keysschools.com
Monroe County Fire Rescue
Monroe County Fire Rescue is available to help residents in its service areas in unincorporated Monroe County whose homes experienced damage from Hurricane Ian. Similar to the days following Hurricane Irma, if any resident needs help gaining access to their homes, removing fallen trees or limbs from driveways, putting tarps on roofs, or removing water-damaged appliances out of their homes, Monroe County Fire Rescue staff is happy and willing to help. Please call MCFR Sr. Coordinator Mary Moeller at 305-304-0707 to schedule.
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Emergency information for the State of Florida floridadisaster.org
Center for Independent Living of the Keys
CIL of the Keys is able to support individuals who have lost assistive devices such as wheelchairs, commodes, shower chairs, walkers to flooding. (305) 453-3491
Guidance Care Center
Currently providing free emotional disaster support. Hotline available 24/7. (305) 434-7660 ext 8
R. Dailey Grainger, PhD., APRN
Licensed Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Psychotherapist (APRN 187132) who has conducted over 6,000 sessions of EMDR, the treatment of choice for PTSD by the World Health Organization, the Department of Defense, many VA hospitals, etc. I will be pleased to virtually treat selected individuals in the Keys, or anywhere in the State of Florida. I am a Network Provider for several healthcare insurances including Medicare, Blue Cross, Aetna, Multiplan, etc.
For interested individuals, they should text 305.393.3600 with the following information:
Copy of both sides of all healthcare insurance cards
This will open dialogue about a diagnostic evaluation session, and EMDR would be offered in the second or third session, if indicated during the initial assessment. I can meet via phone, Skype, FaceTime, or Zoom with daytime and evening appointments virtually, lasting 45-50 minutes each.
Small Business Association
Assistance in Monroe County https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
Stock Island: SOS Stock Island Pantry 5640 Maloney Ave.
Our pantry offers fresh produce, nonperishable goods, proteins, bakery items, and other fresh items as available. See our operating hours below:
No income verification or ID is necessary for new clients. However, new clients should bring proof of Monroe County address and the number of household members (ie: mail, bills, report cards, bringing everyone in-person, etc).
Key Largo Pantry: St. Justin's Pantry 105500 Overseas HWY.
SOS's St. Justin's Pantry is open every Monday 1:30-5PM.