FEMA opens new disaster recovery centers

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CHARLESTON, W. Va. (WSLS 10) - FEMA has set up two new resource centers for West Virginia flooding victims.

The new centers are:

Fayette County

Midland Trail High School

26719 Midland Trail

Hico, WV  25854

Pocahontas County

McClintic Public Library

500 8th St.

Marlinton, WV  24954

Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), various state agencies, and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) staff the centers, giving survivors a chance to discover what programs are available to help them, and to get their questions answered.

Weather permitting, all recovery centers are open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until further notice.

To locate the closest center, survivors can either visit http://go.usa.gov/x3NnJ or download the FEMA App.

The other centers are:

Clay County

Clay County High School

1 Panther Dr.

Clay, WV 25043

Greenbrier County

Mobile Disaster Recovery Center

Southeastern Labor Council, AFL-CIO

65 West Main St.

White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986

Town Hall

201 Kanawha Ave.

Rainelle, WV 25962

Kanawha County

Kanawha County School Operations Center

3300 Pennsylvania Ave.

Charleston, WV 25302

Nicholas County

City of Richwood City Hall

6 White Ave.

Richwood, WV 26261

Nicholas County High School

30 Grizzly Ln.

Summersville, WV 26651

Roane County

Geary Elementary School

9538 Clay Rd.

Left Hand, WV 25251

Summers County

Summers County Memorial Building Gym

451 1st Ave.

Hinton, WV 25951

Webster County

Webster Springs Municipal Building

City Council Room

143 McGraw Ave.

Webster Springs, WV 26288