INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WLFI) -- The state of Indiana is increasing its efforts to help those affected by recent flooding.
State officials started their damage assessments yesterday.
The state also has new resources for homeowners affected by flooding. Homeowners can call (800) 415-1954 to be connected to "reputable and vetted" debris removal services.
Officials say help is free, but not guaranteed due to overwhelming demand.
The state is also encouraging anyone with uninsured losses to report it through the portal here: http://bit.ly/2018rainfall
The reports will help give them a complete picture of the damage.
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