Better Business Bureau provides a one stop resource page to help Arkansas' Consumers, Businesses and NonProfits with "Emergency Preparedness: Before and After the Storm".  Within this guide, you will find tips on Disaster Preparedness, Recovery and Repair, How to Avoid Storm Chaser Scams, additional Government Resources and tips on Giving Wisely to Disaster Relief Charities. 

The contact information for resource groups in this publication is provided as a public service, but does not indicate endorsement by the Better Business Bureau, nor does it indicate that any particular nonprofit organization has met the BBB Wise Giving Standards for Charity Accountability unless otherwise specified. BBB Wise Giving Alliance reports on nationally soliciting charities may be viewed at www.bbb.org/charity or www.give.org.

Likewise, information in this publication is not intended as legal advice or financial advice. Please consult a reputable attorney, credentialed financial adviser, or qualified counselor for professional help with such matters.

ABOUT BBB SERVING ARKANSAS: BBB Serving Arkansas, founded in 1960, serves all consumers and businesses in Arkansas from its centrally located office in Little Rock and offers services to more than 3,000 Accredited Businesses in the state.  In the past 12 months, Arkansas BBB has assisted in the resolution of over 6,000 consumer/business complaints and provided over 1.2 million instances of service to companies and individuals seeking information and assistance with business issues. BBB Serving Arkansas is one of 113 local, independent BBBs in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

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