COVID resources for Bay Area restaurant workers are here.

The Restaurant Opportunities Center of New Orleans is conducting a needs assessment to better determine support and resources needed for our community that has been impacted by Hurricane Ida. This survey is not an application for aid, but rather a way for us to collect information so that we can provided effective relief. 

HURRICAN IDA RESOURCES

For scheduled Meal Distribution, Supply Distribution, and Cooling Center locations, times, and dates coordinated by NOLA Ready and LA National Guard, visit trumba.com/calendars/HurricaneIda

  • HOUSING: FEMA’s Disaster Assistance program is helping cover temporary lodging if you can’t stay at your home, as well as repair costs. Learn more HERE or call 800-621-3362 (TTY 800-462-7585).
  • HOUSING: If you are eligible for Transitional Sheltering Assistance, FEMA will pay the cost to stay in certain lodging providers for a limited period. Costs covered are for the cost of the room and taxes, and any other expenses are not included. Visit the FEMA Evacuee Lodging Provider List HERE.
  • POWER: Community Power Stations coordinated by Imagine Water Works are places to charge your devices while the power’s out. In the spirit of mutual aid, the stations are hosted on a volunteer basis by neighbors, organizations, and businesses across the greater New Orleans area. Find the nearest power station HERE.
  • MENTAL HEALTH: Ochsner Anywhere Care is offering free counseling through September 6 for Hurricane Ida victims via ochsner.org/anywhere with the code IDATherapy, or with the code IDA for visits booked via its urgent care platform.

Who We Are

ROC-NOLA is a restaurant worker center founded in 2011. We build power and voice for restaurant workers through policy change and organizing.

We are a multi-racial, grassroots organization dedicated to winning improved working conditions and raising industry standards for all New Orleans area restaurant workers.

We are a membership-based worker center that organizes restaurant workers. We also advocate for improved labor standards and higher wages and actively work with high-road employers to implement equitable and dignified workplace practices in restaurants.

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Text ROC to 79606