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The Alabama Department of Mental Health initiated Project Rebound to provide relief and assistance in the aftermath of a disaster in partnership with community organizations. Project Rebound began after Hurricane Ivan, returned after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and also returned after a tornado devastated the Enterprise community. Once again it has been reactivated to provide help to survivors of the Gulf Coast oil spill and the April 2011 tornado outbreak.

Project Rebound Public Service Announcements

Project Rebound serves people directly or indirectly impacted by a disaster by dispatching teams of trained crisis counselors into affected communities and by operating a 24/7 Call Center with trained crisis counselors on the line. The range of services includes individual services, classroom presentations, public education and/or community support opportunities. Services are free, community-based and confidential.

Please call 1-800-639-REBOUND (7326) if assistance is needed due to the recent disasters in our state. Be advised that calls must be from an Alabama area code to reach Project Rebound. Deaf or hard of hearing callers should contact us through a preferred relay company.

Visit the Project Rebound Web site @ and follow Project Rebound on Facebook @ to find out about events and resources in the affected communities.

Disaster Specific Information

Tornado related brochures and local mental health centers
Gulf Coast oil spill brochures and local mental health centers

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