The DSD is managing 11 staff members in the Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Project as a result of the severe storms and tornadoes that hit the Oklahoma City area in May and June 2013. Currently, the staff is working on 724 cases throughout an eight-county region. They have helped people access more than $850,000 of rebuild and replacement services. The DSD also worked with local partners, including the SVDP District Council of Oklahoma City and the Knights of Columbus throughout Oklahoma, to set up the House in a Box™ Program. This collaboration ran from July 2013 through February 2014 and provided assistance to more than 2,100 people. As one example, a client and her husband, who is unable to work as a result of medical disabilities, sustained severe water and roof damage to their home from the tornadoes. SVDP case managers worked with the family to develop a recovery plan and helped them with budgeting and resources to begin their long journey of recovery. SVDP also provided funding for home repairs so the family could remain in their residence and made referrals for medical and mental health counseling. SVDP volunteers and staff worked with this family for almost a year and helped them to navigate the challenge of coming back from a natural disaster.