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When Disaster strikes…

The American Red Cross has prepared this information to encourage you take precautions to help keep you safe and speed your recovery after a disaster. You will also find ideas on what you can do to help make yourself and your home safer from future disasters.

If you were affected by a fire in your home, please ask your local Red Cross chapter for the booklet Picking Up the Pieces After a Fire, or visit www.redcross.org, for more detailed information specific to recovering from that disaster.

Vital Documents and Whom to Contact About Replacement

  • Driver’s License Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Government Issued ID Contact the issuing authority
  • Insurance policies Your insurance agent or company
  • Military discharge Department of Veterans Affairs, papers
  • 1-800-827-1000 or TDD/TTY 1-800-829-4833

Passports State Department—Passport Services, 202-955-0430 (24 hours)

  • Birth, death and marriage certificates Bureau of Records in the appropriate state
  • Social Security or Medicare cards Local Social Security office,
  • 1-800-772-1213 or TDD/TTY 1-800-325-0778

Credit cards: The issuing companies as soon as possible

  • Mastercard Contact issuing financial institution
  • VISA Contact issuing financial institution
  • American Express 1-800-441-0519
  • Discover 1-800-discover (1-800-347-2683),TDD/TTY 1-800-347-7449

Titles to deeds Records department of the area in which the property is located. Stocks and bonds Issuing company or your broker. Income tax record The IRS center where filed, your accountant.

  • 1-800-829-1040

Income tax record The IRS center where filed, your accountant.

  • 1-800-829-1040

Citizenship papers Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

  • 1-800-375-5283

Salina Rescue Mission:

The needs of the Salina Rescure Mission’s for October include:

  • Allergy Meds
  • Cold & Flu Meds
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo
  • Shave Cream
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Plain White or Brown Rice
  • White Socks
  • Large Towels

A tremendous THANK YOU to the community for already helping us with many items of great need!

For more information, go on-line to www.salinarescuemission.com

This helps to feed and care for the hungry and homeless, it also stretches our general fund dollars farther. Please help; donations can be dropped off anytime at the Salina Rescue Mission at 1716 Summers Road in Salina or call us at 785-823-2610.

Catholic Charities:

The needs of the Catholic Charities’s for October include:

  • Diapers all sizes – urgent 3+ sizes
  • Baby Formula – Urgent need
  • Baby Wipes
  • Lawn mower new or used
  • travel size soaps
  • shampoo and conditioner

Thank you for looking at this list to help with the needs of area children, families, and individuals and considering a way to get involved. Your past support is very much appreciated we value your contributions to help so many people in need. For more information call Eric Frank at 785-825-0208 or online atwww.catholiccharitiessalina.org/

Saint Francis:

February Wish List

Infant:

  • Bottles
  • Diapers(any size)
  • Formula
  • Infant Clothing(new)
  • Infant Toys
  • Pacifiers
  • Receiving Blankets
  • Sippy Cups
  • Teething Rings

Toys:

  • Arts and Crafts Supplies
  • Board games
  • Children’s Books
  • Disney Movies
  • Disney Toys
  • Dolls
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Toy Cars

Clothing (All sizes):

  • Boys
  • Girls
  • Athletic Shoes
  • Coats
  • Gloves
  • Hats
  • Jackets

Items for Youths and Teens:

  • Basketballs/Footballs/Soccer Balls
  • Cameras/film
  • CD players
  • CD’s
  • CityGo Bus Passes
  • DVD Players
  • DVD’s
  • Games
  • Gas Cards
  • Grocery Gift Certificates
  • Hair products
  • Jewelry making kits
  • Large Duffel Bags
  • Local Restaurant Food Certificates
  • Luggage
  • Makeup kits and accessories
  • Manicure sets
  • Model Kits
  • Mp3 players
  • Musical Instruments
  • phone cards
  • Sports memorabilla
  • Sports team hats/shirts

Contact Info:

Development/Marketing/Public Relations
Salina, Kansas
785-825-5915
www.st-francis.org

Ashby House Ltd.

  • Dish cloths
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Deodorant
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Rubbing Alcohol/Peroxide
  • Band-Aids
  • Antibiotic Ointment
  • Baby Wipes
  • Ibuprofen
  • Cold & Flu Medicine
  • Air Fresheners
  • Pedialyte
  • Diapers (Size 3,4,5)
  • Diaper Rash Ointment
  • Baby Lotion
  • Baby Shampoo
  • Spices (salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, cinnamon, etc.)
  • Coffee (reg. & decaf.)
  • Tea Bags
  • Brown Sugar/Powdered Sugar
  • Salad Dressing (Ranch, French, Etc.)
  • Office Supplies (scotch tape, dry erase, stapler/staples, copy paper)
  • $5.00 Phone Cards
  • Cash Donations
  • Gift Certificates (Gas/Food)
  • Twin Size Sheets
  • Ribbed Bedspreads (Twin)
  • Pillows
  • Children’s School Supplies (Construction paper, Markers, White Glue, Scissors, Backpacks, etc.)

Contact Info:

Ashby House Ltd. Office
153 S. Eight St.
Salina, KS. 67401
785-826-4935

Public Transportation Options in Salina

While there is no single comprehensive public transportation system in Salina, there are several independent organizations and businesses that is working together to provide service.

To use public transportation in Salina, you must connect with one or more of the organizations that provide the kind of transportation you want and need. This list highlights organizations and businesses that provide some form of public transportation in Salina.

Organizations that provide a significant number of rides to the general public (in addition to rides provided to their own customers)

OCCK, Inc. 827-9383
After Hours – 826-7747
Destinations: All Salina destinations;
also out-of-town medical trips.
Cost Per 1-Way Ride: $2.00 in Salina
(call for out-of-town medical trip rates).
Vehicles: Wheelchair accessible vans
Saline Co Commission
on Aging – 827-9818
Destinations: Medical & Health;
Food & Nutrition; Shopping.
Cost Per 1-Way Ride:
Taxi fare minus $2 discount
Vehicles: Taxi cabs

HOTLINE Taxi Service 827-9224
Destinations: Medical & Health; Social Services.
Cost Per 1-Way Ride: $2.00
Vehicles: Taxi cabs

Commercial taxi companies that provide rides for the general public to all Salina destinations

  • All Radio Cab—Yellow Taxi
    • 825-4646
    • Cost Per 1-Way Ride:
      • $1.90 to get into taxi ($2.35 after 6:00 pm)
      • $0.90 per mile, $0.30 each add passenger
    • Vehicles: Taxi cabs
    • Operating Hours:
    • Monday-Saturday 7a to 12a
    • Sunday 8a to 12a.
  • City Cab
    • 825-8294
    • Cost Per 1-Way Ride:
      • $1.85 to get into taxi, $1.50 per mile
      • $0.00 each additional passenger (day rates)
    • Vehicles: Taxi cabs
    • Operating Hours: 24 – 7
  • Sunflower Taxi & Courier Service
    • 826-1881
    • Cost Per 1-Way Ride:
      • $2.25 to get into taxi, $1.20 per mile
      • $0.30 each additional passenger
    • Vehicles: Taxi cabs
    • Operating Hours: 5a to 6p, 7 days/week
  • 24-Seven
    • 819-2105
    • Cost Per 1-Way Ride:
      • $1.90 day/$2.25 evening to get into taxi
      • $1.10 per mile, $0.00 each add passenger.
    • Vehicles: Taxi cabs
    • Operating Hours: 24 – 7

Organizations that primarily transport their own customers and provide more limited rides to the general public

Central Kansas Mental Health Center – 823-6322
Destinations: Mental Health Center; other Salina destinations as time & schedule allows.
Cost Per 1-Way Ride: $1.00
Vehicles: Van

Salina Regional Health Center – 452-7000
Destinations: To/from Salina Regional Health Center locations only.
Cost Per 1-Way Ride: None
Vehicles: Wheelchair accessible vans

The Volunteer Connection – 823-3128
RSVP Destinations: Volunteer locations
Interfaith Volunteer Caregiver Destinations: In-town & out-of-town medical trips
Cost Per 1-Way Ride: None
Vehicles: Volunteer vehicles and agency minivan.

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Costs & times subject to change
Information collected by the Salina area
Transportation providers group
785-827-9818