Victims of last week's storms are still picking up the pieces, with the help of a lot of community volunteers.
The Helpline Center has been taking calls all week, trying to organize help for those in need.
Areas that saw flooding in southeastern keloland are still in need of help. All together, the Helpline has received nearly 500 calls from Lincoln and Union Counties.
"The callers are asking about help with removing debris and things. As well as, questions about help with rebuilding. And then we've gotten a lot of calls from people who wanted to come and help volunteer," said Helpline Center Volunteer Services Director, Susie Ryks.
You can volunteer or get assistance by calling the Helpline Center at 211.