Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
http://www.fema.gov has a section on ''Help After a Disaster'' that offers information about applying for federal assistance, finding food, clean water, housing and counseling after a flood. Telephone: (800) 462-9029.
The Iowa State University Extension Service
has an online primer on cleaning up after a flood, including deciding what food to use or discard, how to dry and sanitize household goods, what to do with electric appliances and how to safely return to a flood-damaged house.
American Red Cross
http://www.crossnet.org Contains information about ARC activities and disaster relief efforts. Also, an online booklet, ''Repairing Your Flooded Home''
, prepared by FEMA, can be found here.
This commercial site (it sells emergency supply kits) contains pages on surviving a disaster. Topics include food, clean water and shelter.
A combo site of Red Cross and CNN, this site provides news and a get help/give help section that allows you to search for a Red Cross chapter. Also general disaster coping information.
Other sites offering cleanup tips:
Do-It-Yourself.Com: Cleaning home furnishings
University of Minnesota Extension Service: Cleaning carpets and rugs
Ohio Emergency Management Agency
Has a small page for ''information on Southern Ohio Flooding,'' which contains official situation reports and press releases.