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Shelby County Takes Part in Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month Activities
May is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month. Shelby County Government and Just Care Family Network’s F.A.C.E.S. of Memphis program (Family Advocate Center and Empowerment Services) will host several events to highlight resources available to children
Please take 4 minutes and 12 seconds to view the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) video, “It Started Like Any Other Day,” at https://youtu.be/w_omgt3MEBs.
Road Closure Notice Mimosa Road
Mimosa Road will be closed just north of the intersection at Austin Peay Highway for approximately 1 mile to the intersection of Bolen Huse Road. Local traffic will have access from Bolen Huse Road.
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A series of three storm systems in April 2011 caused significant damage in Shelby County. Due to the severity of the damages, Shelby County was identified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as eligible to participate in the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC), a national competition for $1 billion for activities that advance resilience efforts. The draft application for Shelby County’s proposal to the NDRC has been posted for public comment through Friday, March 20. Click
for more information about the NDRC and to download the draft application. For more resources about disaster recovery and resilience efforts in Shelby County, please visit the
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