We have Disaster Case Managers who can help you on the Pathway to Recovery. To reach them, please call (218) 499-9480 or Register Online By Clicking Here
The big news is that the State of Minnesota has extended the deadline for disaster loans, called Minnesota Quick Start loans, until Feb. 28. Please call a Disaster Case Manager for the full story or follow one of these links:
For Duluth Residents, you can contact One Roof Housing.
For other St. Louis County residents, and Lake County residents, contact AEOA.
For Carlton, Aitkin, Pine, and Crow Wing residents, contact Lakes and Pines
The Disaster Case Managers can help with any of these agencies and help you locate additional aid as well.
You can find information on SBA loans, forgivable State of Minnesota loans, Agricultural Assistance and other aid on our How Flood Assistance Works page.
If you live in Duluth, Proctor, Hermantown or the surrounding townships, the Ordean Foundation is providing bridge loans and grants to low-and-moderate income homeowners who were impacted by the flood through Ecolibrium3. These funds are meant to help homeowners as they work through the process of accessing other flood relief and financing. Funds can be used for replacement of damaged mechanical systems including boilers, furnaces and water heaters, as well as other emergency flood damage. Income guidelines and additional information is available at http://www.duluthenergy.org/flood-recovery or by calling 218.336.1038.
Formal information from the State of Minnesota is available on the Minnesota Recovers task force page.