Hurricane Zeta Resources

For the most up-to-date information about post-hurricane resources and information, including daily meal distribution, please visit NOLA Ready.


  • NOLA City Council Tarp Distribution

The City of New Orleans, in partnership with the New Orleans City Council, will distribute temporary 40 foot by 40 foot tarps for residents and businesses that experienced roof damage due to Hurricane Zeta.

On Saturday, Oct. 31, tarps will be available at seven distribution sites–at least one in each City Council District–from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. as supplies last. Individuals will be asked to provide an address of the damaged property. The tarp distribution locations are as follows:

District A: Mid-City Library, 4140 Canal St.

District B: Dryades YMCA, 2220 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.

District C (West Bank): Arthur Monday Center, 1111 Newton St.

District C (East Bank): New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Chartres Street and Homer Plessy Way

District D: Intersection of Desire and Law Streets

District E (New Orleans East): St. Maria Goretti Church, 7300 Crowder Blvd.

District E (Lower 9th Ward): New Philippians Missionary Baptist Church, 5234 N. Claiborne Ave.

Tarps were made available by the Louisiana National Guard.


  • Legal and Support Services

Southeast Louisiana Legal Services: SLLS Hotline for free legal aid and disaster legal services for low-income residents. Hotline: 1-844-244-7871.

Louisiana State Bar Association free legal aid website – 

Disability Rights Louisiana: Disability Rights Louisiana continues to protect, advocate for, and empower individuals with disabilities and seniors, who are all too often disproportionately affected by these emergencies. Residents with disabilities and seniors can contact 1-800-960-7705, or visiting  if they are experiencing disability related issues and/or challenges.


  • Pets 

A message from the LASPCA:  Often, during clean up people find lost or injured animals or animals in distress that appear to be abandoned.  For their safety and the safety of the animal, we do not want people removing the animals from their locations.  Instead, we need anyone who sees an animal situation that is concerning to report it to New Orleans Humane Law and Rescue division of the Louisiana SPCA.  That can be done by calling 504-368-5191 or 311.


  • Storm Clean Up Orgs
NOLA Crisis CleanUp Hotline:  call 504-520-9108 through November 13th.
  • Donations & Volunteers
Hands On New Orleans – Peyton Juneau ( & Chris Cameron (
Volunteer Louisiana – Kori Chisam (

Junior League of New Orleans – Kristin Hook (


  • Infants & Children
New Orleans Breastfeeding Center – free virtual lactation consultations: (504)535-4223
  • Oxygen Exchange Sites in New Orleans 
The New Orleans Health Department and the Louisiana Department of Health are working with residents who are power dependent for medical reasons. As part of this initiative, the City will be opening three Oxygen Exchange sites across the city, where residents who are on oxygen can swap out an empty tank for a full tank, free of charge. The following locations will open at 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning tomorrow, Oct. 30 and going until further notice:
  • New Orleans Fire Station 1, 2920 Magazine St.
  • New Orleans Fire Station 27, 2118 Elysian Fields Ave.
  • New Orleans Fire Station 40, 2500 General DeGaulle Drive
For Oxygen and Charging Medical Devices: The Rosenwald Recreation Center (1120 Broad St) will also be open starting Oct 31st from 8am-6pm as both an Oxygen Exchange Site and a location where residents can charge their medical devices.


  • Where to charge medical equipment in Jefferson Parish

Fire Station 13 on Airline Dr.

Fire Station 15 on I-10 Service Rd.

Fire Station 20 on Hudson St.

Cleary Playground in Metairie

Johnny Jacobs Playground in Marrero

Station 79 on Westbank Expressway in Nine Mile Point

Station 85 on Barataria Blvd. in Marrero

Station 51 on Heritage Ave. in Terrytown