(WICHITA, Kan.) — As short term services wrap up for tornado victims in Wichita, there are still many who need long-term assistance.
The Salvation Army now has case workers working one on one to help those who lost everything and don’t have insurance. While they say FEMA assistance is unlikely, they may be eligible for additional services.
The Lord's Diner opens each night at 5:30. Since the tornado, its seen twice as many patrons as usual. With other shelters and food services closing up shop, victims of the tornados are doing what they can to start thinking about what's next.
It could take months to clean up Oaklawn neighborhoods. These residents are ready to get back to normal, but for folks like Cindy Wood, getting there isn't easy.