Our thoughts are with all those impacted by the recent floods in Haywood County. HCC has established a website to help offer resources to those in need. We will continue to update this page with additional information as it is received. We are encouraging everyone impacted to reach out for help, including our employees and students.


​Sheriff’s Office:

828-356-2022 hotline for emergency needs (8am-8pm)

Food, housing/shelter, special needs assistance.


Mountain Projects:



Housing, shelter, support, other needs


United Way:

211 hotline has been updated to accommodate needs based on the impacts of the flooding events.


Monetary donations can be made on their website.


HCC Cares:

Emergency funding for students is available through our HCC Cares program. For information and the application, visit: www.haywood.edu/financial-aid/scholarships


HCC Small Business Center:

The Small Business Center is here to support local businesses apply for federal funding and other needs. A recovery center has been established at our Regional High-Tech Center. For more information, visit: https://www.haywood.edu/small-business-center/small-business-resources/flood-recovery

Volunteering Opportunities

Sheriff’s Office:

828-356-2981 hotline for volunteer opportunities


Helping Haywood:

Drop-off location/distribution center:

289 Industrial Park Drive, Waynesville; located in the Industrial Park at Faith Community Church.

Drop-off location: HCC’s Hemlock building

Monetary donations can be made at www.helpinghaywood.org