Mayfield-Graves County Tornado Relief services update
To reach out for free 24/7 counseling or support, call or text the Red Cross Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990.
To apply for the Mayfield Tornado Relief Fund, visit the city Clerk’s office.
- Wednesday nights at The Way, downtown Wingo. 6:00pm.
- Enon Baptist Church Wednesday nights 6:15pm
Shelter / Feeding Sites
- Wingo Old Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 334 Lebanon St, Wingo, KY 42088
- Call Pastor RB Mays at 270-983-0333
- The Way Center, 6175 State Route 339, Wingo, KY 42088
- Call Pastor Ike Murphy at 270-564-0699
- Keep in mind, Wingo Old Cumberland Presbyterian Church and The Way Center are next door to each other and are sharing resources.
- Open Door Baptist Church in Mayfield
- Doors open as a shelter after 6 p.m.
- The church says it can hold about 25 to 40 people.
Disaster Assistance for Farmers and Ranchers
Farmers and ranchers are also eligible for disaster assistance for damage or losses from Florence. Along with FEMA grants and SBA loans, farmers and ranchers are eligible for emergency loans through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA). Eligible losses covered by emergency loans and other programs may include crops and livestock. For more information on FSA services, go online to the USDA website USDA Assists Farmers, Ranchers, and Communities Affected by Recent Tornadoes
A Water Treatment Unit is setup at the Graves County Health Department and can be used for individuals who need to fill large containers, gallon containers or other water holding devices.
December 13 at 3:17 PM ·
Graves County Health Department is currently closed to the public. If you are needing WIC assistance you can contact the surrounding county Health Departments:
Calloway County Health Department: (270)-753-3381
Marshall County Health Department: (270)-527-1496
Purchase District Health Department: (270)-444-9631
We will update with more information as it becomes available.
Jackson Purchase Medical Center
Outpatient COVID-19 testing is available in the Jackson Purchase Medical Pavilion located behind the hospital from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. When you arrive, please remain in your vehicle and call 270.251.4095. No appointment is necessary. Test results will be back in 24-48 hours.
Tonight Kentucky Care will be moving their mobile unit to 110 Kings Drive, Mayfield, KY 42066. They will be open at this location tomorrow to continue our tornado relief care. Please come see them for any urgent or acute care needs.
Homes & Hope for KY
The Homes and Hope for Kentucky program assists local residents by providing new homes or home repairs for tornado-impacted homeowners. Application assistance for Spanish speakers and others is at Trifecta Realestate and Westwind. The Homes and Hope for Kentucky program utilizes a combination of in-house trades, volunteers, and subcontractors to build and repair houses for families in need. The Homes and Hope for Kentucky program can provide two service options for qualifying residents: 1) Construction of a new home, 2) repairs to your damaged home.