Carteret County is a great place to live, work and raise a family. However, when a disaster, such as Hurricane Florence hits, it has a devastating impact on our community. The needs are great and the recovery efforts will be ongoing for many years.
When Hurricane Florence hit in 2018 over 6,000 people were effected. Over a year later many homes are still damaged and many of our community members remain displaced.
CLTRA provides assistance to survivors who sustained damage or loss as a result of a disaster effecting the Carteret County area.
Chair: Jim Buckingham
Estimates home repair costs
Plans projects and oversees construction
Works closely with case managers and volunteer coordinat
Chair: Amy Jones
Qualify clients for LTRA services
Complete client intakes and gathers documentation
Works with committee to establish and complete recovery plans
Chair: Paul Kraucunas
Markets for volunteers groups locally and nationally
Coordinats with construction coordinator to match volunteer skills with project needs
Assist volunteer groups with local logistics (lodging, meals, etc)
Chair: Erin Fitzpatrick
Assists individuals with emotional needs
Refers clients to LTRA for material assistance
Chair: Kitti Hardison
Responsible for LTRA financial planning
Seeks in-kind, cash donations and grants
Coordinates with funders
Chair: Emma Baatz
Housing Coordination: Liz Ponder
Unmet Needs Coordinator: Erin Smith
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CLTRA provides a range of services to our survivors. Each survivor has unique needs. Survices include, but are not limited to; identifying the survivor's needs, to referring to community partners, completing full rebuilds, finishing hurricane related repairs or simply providing emotional support. Our organiatizon provides a quality recovery plan that tailors to each survivors individual needs.
To learn more visit our "Our Services" page.