The losses recognized Tuesday were from tornadoes that raked across North Carolina in April and the flooding and wind damage done by Hurricane Irene in September.
Wake Interfaith Disaster Team is offering assistance through its long-term recovery program for losses not covered by FEMA or private insurance. Call 919-861-7440 (English) or 919-861-7441 (Spanish).
Almost three weeks after the tornadoes, a neighborhood off Brentwood Road in Raleigh is still a mess, but it's getting better.
Storm victims needing help with legal problems may call the N.C. Bar Association weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1-800-662-7407 and ask for Disaster Legal Services to leave your information. A volunteer attorney will call you back within 48-72 hours.
The Red Cross is delivering meals and fresh water to storm-damaged neighborhoods in Cumberland County around Fort Bragg, in Johnston County in Four Oaks and Micro, in Bertie and Hertford counties along a line that approximately follows Avery Perry School Road and in seven areas of Wake County.
Donated food, clothing and cleaning materials are available free to storm victims at two Johnston County locations
The City of Fayettevile, Cumberland County and North Carolina Department of Transportation are all picking up storm debris.
FayToday lists phone numbers for FEMA, Fort Bragg, tree disposal and more.
The City of Sanford lists contact information for the local United Way office along with guidelines for debris removal and construction permits.
Tornado victims can pick up non-perishable food items, household items and personal hygiene products at P.K. Vyas Center Gym, 209 Jackson Road
Bertie County lists those killed in the tornadoes of April 16, 2011, and links to the location and hours for FEMA's recovery center in Colerain.
Convenience centers are trash and recycling drop-off stations open to all Wake County residential customers. Click for the list of acceptable items and a map of the center closest to you.
If you or someone you know needs food: Go to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, 1001 Blair Drive in Raleigh or call 919-250-0043 to find a partner agency distributing food
File complaints about over-charges with the state Attorney General's office.
Ben Martin Elementary School in Fayetteville was damaged in the April 16, 2011, storms, and students are displaced.
WRAL's Debra Morgan gives some insurance-related tips for after the storm.