Clean-up and Recovery Information
- Protecting Your Health After Flooding – MDH
- Flood Cleanup and Safety – MDH
- After The Flood – Instructional Videos and More from NDSU
- Repairing Your Flooded Home – American Red Cross
Minnesota Department of Health
For information on basic health safety and making your home safe to re-enter, visit the Minnesota Department of Health Website
University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota Extension service offers an extensive list of general disaster recovery resources and information including telephone AnswerLines for individuals and families. Topics include: housing, finances, health, stress and grief, and children.
Explore a list of general disaster recovery resources for individuals or families on the University of Minnesota Extension Service Websites.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency (MHFA)
Minnesota Department of Commerce (DOC)
The (DOC) may activate Insurance Disaster Recovery Teams to areas which have been impacted by disaster to work with local insurance providers and to encourage prompt and fair settlement of all claims. Learn more about the insurance process.
The DOC Website also provides guidance on hiring a residential building contractor. Learn more about hiring a contractor.
Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)
The Minnesota Department of Economic Development Small Cities Development Program helps cities and counties in need of housing, infrastructure and commercial projects that benefit people of low and moderate income. Learn more about the Small Cities Development Program (SCDP).
Minnesota Department of Revenue (DOR)
Taxpayers located in a presidentially declared disaster area can find tax assistance on the Minnesota Dept. of Revenue Website.
Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI)
The Minnesota Dept. of Labor and Industry provides services for manufactured home damage, flood-damaged electrical systems and other code issues following a disaster. Visit the Minnesota Dept. of Labor and Industry Website to learn more.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
- Mortgage assistance from HUD’s Federal Housing Administration (FHA)
Assistance from Ginnie Mae
- Assistance for Public and Indian Housing
- Community Development and Housing Assistance