State and federal help is on the way for victims of the Creek County grassfires.
A disaster recovery center opened in Mannford Monday so residents can apply for aid.
The center is next to the public library in Mannford at 101 Green Valley Road.
Federal relief was approved last week for residents who are uninsured or under insured.
$2.1 million dollars has already been approved for those who have registered.
Low interest loans are also available.
William Goran is a Coordinating officer with FEMA for the Oklahoma region. He says, "The main thing is register. We can't do anything for you unless you register. And we can't tell you if you qualify or not without registering. And that includes other assistance."
To register call 1-800-659-2955.
We've also put a link on our website to the right of this story.
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