Hurricane Michael Resources

AANA Foundation Student Emergency Education Grant
The Emergency Educational Grant Program is intended to support student nurse anesthetists during times of financial hardship and natural disaster. We anticipate the funding to vary according to need (one time application per person, up to $5,000). A Spanish version of this application is available.

Helpful tips and resources are available for victims of Hurricane Michael.

Healthcare Ready
Organization that works to ensure patient access to healthcare, including medicines, during times of disaster. State resources and more.

Internal Revenue Service
Extended deadlines, tax relief, reconstructing records, and more.

National Nurses United
The Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN), a national network of volunteer nurses, will deploy RN volunteers to Tallahassee, Florida, in conjunction with International Medical Corps, to assist locals by providing medical assistance in the wake of Hurricane Michael.

Red Cross
Red Cross resources include finding shelter, how to stay safe, what to do if you don't have power, how you can donate blood or finances.

Red Rover
RedRover responders provide emergency animal sheltering assistance to animals displaced by Hurricane Michael, if needed and requested. Provides pet-friendly resources.

U.S. Army Reserve Responds to Hurricane Michael
The Army Reserve provides state-by-state resource guides for their members.
Disaster relief assistance, disaster recovery loan, tax relief after a disaster, and more.

U.S. Department of the Interior
Human Resources and Health and Safety resources.

WTVM - For Georgia residents