We're Here
To Help

COAD works to help Charlotte County residents during times of hardship and disaster.  Agencies and organizations work together all across Charlotte County to keep our community safe and healthy.

Scroll below to find the information you need to gain government aid!

If you're looking to volunteer to join the efforts of rebuilding the community or are an organization looking to tackle some tasks and need volunteers, click below.
If you're an individual or a business looking to give monetarily or through much needed items for the community. Please click the link below.
In Need
If you are in need, please visit this page and see the many resources and avenues you have for help. Individual or businesses can get the help then need from the link below.
In Need
Long-Term Recovery Survey for Residents with Unmet Needs

We are locals helping locals.

Taking the long-term recovery survey will help local organizations build a picture of what is needed here in Charlotte County in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, and you may be eligible to receive financial assistance and case management based on your income. Please note, taking the survey is not a guarantee you will receive services.

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When a Disaster comes knocking.
COAD is always there to help

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The Community Organizations Active in a Disaster (COAD) Story

COAD is a group of Charlotte County community organizations, working together during a disaster to provide coordination of services to ensure that unmet needs are addressed, provide financial assistance and supplies, and to share knowledge and resources with Charlotte County residents during a disaster.  COAD members include faith-based, non-profits, volunteer groups, and government agencies.

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