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  • Residents were rescued off rooftops by boats and taken to emergency accommodation.
  • Services include short-term, emergency accommodation, long-term accommodation, case support and rehabilitation.
  • The School took over four floors of the Appleton Tower as emergency accommodation.
  • Emergency accommodation such as drill halls or offices is needed.
  • Tenants requesting emergency accommodation were found free hotel accommodation for up to 2 months.
  • It established schemes whereby Aboriginal people could obtain housing, loans, emergency accommodation and tertiary education allowances.
  • A church group and the Red Cross arranged emergency accommodation for the group Tuesday night, Paul said.
  • More recently it was used as emergency accommodation for refugees fleeing the conflicts in eastern Europe, namely Kosovo.
  • The New South Wales state Department of Community Services organized emergency accommodation for dozens people who evacuated their homes.
  • Services include short-term, emergency accommodation, semi-independent living options, case support and early intervention for young people at risk of homelessness.
  • While operated by a maximum crew of 40, in case of emergency the ship can provide emergency accommodation for 150 evacuees.
  • The Human Rights Commission stated in December 2013 that there was a shortage of rental, temporary and emergency accommodation in Christchurch.
  • The local council paid bills for the emergency accommodation and for live entertainment Saturday night at the camp, including singers of'40s nostalgia.
  • Thousands of people were put up at emergency accommodations in schools and hostels Saturday night because they had no way of getting home.
  • The Health Service Executive and approved housing bodies can still offer equivalent accommodation, which is mostly used as emergency accommodation for the homeless.
  • Ellie made landfall near Ingham, between Cairns and Townsville, some 50 homes were flooded, with 32 people evacuated to emergency accommodation at a local high school.
  • Menino said that could reflect a decrease in the number of shelter beds and stricter requirements on homeless families seeking emergency accommodations in hotels and motels.
  • Exact figures are unknown, but reliable estimates were calculated based on train arrivals, foot traffic, and the extent to which emergency accommodation had to be organised.
  • With more than 100, 000 people already evacuated or getting ready to leave their homes, emergency accommodation has been set up in schools and shopping malls.
  • The Community Centre served as an evacuation point, providing emergency accommodation, first aid and government relief to local residents affected by the February 2009 Victorian bushfires.
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