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Disaster Help Center

Your Guide for Catastrophe Prep, Recovery and Coverage

When disaster strikes, your world can feel turned upside down. At Allstate, we believe you should never have to face this alone. That's why we do everything we can to help the communities we serve prepare for and recover from catastrophes.

The Allstate Disaster Help Center offers tips to help you and your family plan and prepare for these kinds of events. You'll also find insurance coverage information, so you can understand how insurance can help protect you. And, if you've been affected by a disaster, our recovery resources are there to help you get back to normal as soon as possible.

Plan ahead with resources on evacuation routes, emergency supplies, home prep and insurance information. If you've already been affected by a hurricane, get information on cleaning up, coping with the aftermath and getting the support needed to help recover.

From seeking shelter to protecting your home from wind damage, learn how to prepare for a tornado. After the storm passes, read about steps you can take to help you recover.

Any home has the potential to flood. Get tips on how to prepare for a flood and learn about some steps to take if floodwater damages your home.

Take steps to help protect your car, home and yard from hail damage. Learn how insurance may help protect your home and vehicle. And, if your home is damaged, find out how to begin the repair process.

Get tips on preparing your home and property in case of a wildfire, and read up on insurance coverage to help protect your home and vehicles from wildfire damage.

Severe storms can cause damage from lightning, wind, water, snow or ice. Learn how to prepare in all seasons and how to handle and recover from storm damage. Find out how insurance coverage can help protect you.

Discover ways you can help prepare for an earthquake and recover from damage afterward. Contact your local Allstate agent to learn about potential insurance solutions to help protect your home in the event of an earthquake.

Agents are there for you in your community.

Agents don't just work in your area—they live there, too. They are your neighbors and can help you with disaster prep and planning resources, assist in reporting claims in the immediate aftermath of a severe weather event and get you started on the road to recovery.

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