WOODBURY COUNTY, Iowa (KTIV)- A new project is coming to Siouxland, and it’s designated to assist Woodbury and Monona County residents affected by March flooding.
The project is called, “Project Recovery Iowa.”
Siouxland Mental Health Center has been chosen as the designated agency to work with the Department of Human Services in the project.
SMHC provides services to all ages, with different organizations assisting.
“There’s an extra set of trauma that comes with having your home flooded and loss of value and the stress of how you’re gonna pay for things,” said Keith Radig, Woodbury County Board of Supervisors Chairman.
Within the next couple of weeks, volunteers from the center will be meeting with flood victims.