United Methodist Irma recovery work continuesDisaster Recovery
Editor's Note: To read the first report in this two-part series from UMNS, click here.
As a case manager with the Florida Conference’s Disaster Response team, Aileen Castro spends her days helping others. A few months ago, she was the one needing help.
Castro and her family were out of town when Hurricane Irma struck. They returned to find two to three feet of water in their house, their cars flooded and ruined and personal documents swept away. They had nowhere else to go, so they slept in the house for two weeks until someone secured them a hotel room.
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