Close this search box.

Hurricane Laura – List of Information and Resources – Updated

Hurricane Laura, which has now weakened to a tropical depression, dumped rain over the state of Arkansas late Thursday and early Friday morning.

Hurricane Laura made landfall Thursday morning, as a Category 4 storm with 150 mph sustained winds, near Cameron, Louisiana about 45 miles south of Lake Charles.

At least six deaths in Louisiana are blamed on the storm.  Roughly  520,000 are without power in Louisiana, as well as nearly 200,000 in Texas and nearly 50,000 in Arkansas.

Although the storm has weakened, there is still the threat of flooding in many areas over the weekend as the storm is expected to dump rain in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Contact us for support

As always, Juvare stands ready to support our partners in emergency management and local, state, and federal agencies, including those in all states working in response to Hurricane Laura.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us for support for help with any Juvare solutions:

Call: 1-877- 771-0911

Email: [email protected]



Below is a list of Hurricane Laura related resources for Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas:



National Hurricane Center:

National Weather Service:

American Red Cross – Find a Shelter:

National Disaster Distress Helpline:
Phone: 1-800-985- 5990
Text: “TalkWithUs” to 66746


Louisiana Resources

Arkansas Resources

Texas Resources

Business Resources

Disaster Help Desk for Business – U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation:

Disaster Relief – How to Help People Affected by Hurricane Laura

American Red Cross Hurricane Laura donations

Salvation Army Hurricane Laura Relief 

Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana

Cajun Navy Relief & Rescue


More to Explore