Community Recovery Hubs have been opened throughout Queensland in response to the impact from Cyclone Debbie.
- Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre, Alfred Street, Mackay
- Andergrove Community Centre, Celeber Drive, Andergrove,
- Bowen TAFE Campus, Queens Road, Bowen
- Proserpine State High School, 4 Ruge Street, Proserpine
- Cannonvale TAFE open (10.30am to 3.30pm) – Shute Harbour Roadd, Cannonvale
- Beenleigh Event Centre (open Tuesday 4/4/17 9am to 5pm) – corner of Crete and Kent Streets, Beenleigh
These centres are set up by the Department of communities and are there to assist people after disaster. If anyone wants some further information on support available, including Immediate Hardship Assistance can talk to the people at these centres.
Immediate Hardship Assistance will be available to people who:
- Live or are stranded in the targeted activation zone
- Are unable to meet immediate essential needs
- Are unable to seek support from family or friends
Subject to these criteria, applicants may receive $180 per person up to $900 for a family of five or more.
During the recovery period, it is important to take a break and get off the property. Head down to these Community Recovery Hubs, report any damage caused by STC Debbie caused or just have a break from the property and talk to someone these centres.