Drop-in centre available for those needing help, looking for advice on re-building efforts, accommodation and so on. People in other areas of the city affected by the flood also welcome.
### ODT Online Sun, 16 Aug 2015
Drop-in centre set up for post-flood support
Source: The Star
With many people still in clean-up and repair mode after the June floods, support agencies have planned a one-day drop-in centre for those looking for support and advice. A joint project between the Dunedin City Council and Presbyterian Support Otago, the drop-in centre will run from 11am to 7pm on Thursday, August 27, at the Church of Christ hall, 3 Prince Albert Rd, South Dunedin.
The event will involve representatives of council, government agencies, public health, social agencies, and other relevant services.
█ In the meantime, anyone with questions or concerns about flood issues is asked to phone the Dunedin City Council on 477-4000.
Otago Daily Times Published on Jun 4, 2015
Raw aerial video of Dunedin Flooding
Video courtesy One News.
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