Alaska Earthquake Resource Page
- FEMA Earthquake Page
- United States Geological Survey (USGS) Resource Page
- University of Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Earthquake Center
General Resources and Information
- Food Bank of Alaska
- Alaska 211 Disaster Services
- Municipality of Anchorage Resource Page
- Alaska Department of Transportation Page
- Alaska Department of Health and Social Services - Southcentral Alaska Earthquakes Page
- Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management - How to Apply for Grant Money for Individual Assistance
- KTVA Resources Page
- Alaska Department of Administration Retirement and Benefits - Aetna Offering EAP Support Services
- National Association of School Psychologists Natural Disaster Page
- Food Pantries Anchorage
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District Earthquake Update
- Anchorage School District Earthquake Updates
- ADN School Resources Page
United Health Care is offering a FREE Emotional Support Line from Optum to those affected by the earthquake. Individuals can contact the toll-free help line 24/7 at 866-342-6872 to speak to a mental health specialist.
You can call Careline, Alaska’s statewide 24/7 free and confidential crisis line. 1-877-266-4357 (HELP), or text for help at 839863.
FEMA also has a paper, titled Recovering from the Storm Within, which has some advice from those suffereing post traumatic stress or shock symptoms, or even more mild cases of panic or worry.