CANO Family,

For all CANO school updates please visit us on either Instagram or Facebook. Also in an effort to assist with a one-stop shop of the city-wide resources available, see below. We hope you are being safe.

State of Louisiana – The State of Louisiana has created a Hurricane Recovery page to provide information regarding the state.

Orleans Parish – The City of New Orleans is providing constant updates via Twitter and their website. You can also sign up to receive information from the city by texting NOLAREADY to 77295.

Baton Rouge -Visit HERE to join the NotifyMe system and stay up-to-date with important City-Parish notifications. Sign up to receive Red Stick Ready text alerts by texting REDSTICKREADY to (225) 243-9991.

Jefferson Parish – For the most up-to-date Jefferson Parish Hurricane Resources, visit their designated website, here.

St. John the Baptist Parish – For the most up-to-date information for the parish, visit or Twitter.

St. James Parish – For the most up-to-date information on St. James Parish visit their website here or their Twitter.

Ascension Parish – For the most up-to-date information on Ascension Parish visit their website here or their Twitter.

St. Charles Parish – For the most up-to-date information on St. Charles Parish visit their website or their Twitter.

GasBuddy – finding exclusive deals for gas and which stations are open. To view locations with fuel on a map, you can visit their Tracker Map, which allows a user to zoom in and out of the area.

Operation Blue Roof program – Operation Blue Roof aims to provide homeowners in disaster areas with fiber-reinforced sheeting to cover their damaged roofs until permanent repairs are made. This program is a free service to homeowners.

Crisis Clean-up Hotline – need help with cleanup and removal of damage from Hurricane Ida? The hotline will connect with volunteers, local relief organizations, and faith and community groups to help with cutting fallen trees, drywall, floor and appliance removal, tarping roofs and mold mitigation. Call 844-965-1386 to request assistance. They will remain open until September 17, 2021.

What’s open for groceries, gas, and more? – Find open businesses near you HERE

Food Distribution HERE is a resource calendar with upcoming resources available in the coming days such as cooling and meal distribution centers.

My Key Hero– KeyHero makes it easy to create a digital backup for your key HERE. Just scan your key at your local hardware store and save it to the app. Then if you’ve lost your key or just need a spare, you can cut one without needing the original. You can also share your digital key with someone, so they can cut a spare.

Travel and Road Information – For up-to-date travel and roadway information, visit

Legal Help – For possible legal help, if your income qualifies, contact: Southeast Louisiana Legal Services Disaster Helpline – 1-844-244-7871 or you can apply online at

Crisis Clean-up – Crisis Cleanup is a collaborative disaster work order management platform that improves coordination, reduces duplication of efforts, improves efficiency, and improves volunteers’ experience

Transportation to Shelters – contains information for residents who wish to temporarily leave the Hurricane Ida impact area.

RX Open – Rx Open provides information on the operating status of healthcare facilities in areas impacted by a disaster. Users can use the Facilities map to search for individual facility status when the map is active for an event.

GoodRx Care – All Louisiana residents can see an online healthcare provider for free with GoodRx Care. Just go to the link HERE and use code LA-RELIEF-100.

Disaster Helpline – If you are experiencing emotional distress due to the storm, call the National Disaster Distress Helpline. This toll-free, multilingual, crisis support service is available 24/7 via telephone (1-800-985-5990) and SMS (text ‘TalkWithUs’ to 66746).

Register with FEMA

Louisiana disaster survivors are urged to register for federal disaster assistance with FEMA. Individuals and business owners in the designated parishes who had storm or flood damage should register for “Individual Assistance” with FEMA in the following ways: