DETROIT (AP) -- Detroit is operating two centers this week to help residents affected by last week's severe flooding find services.
The city says the centers will operate for four days, beginning Tuesday. They'll be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Detroit says people will be able to get "information on financial assistance, social services, hiring restoration contractors, obtaining construction permits and health information."
One is located at the Farwell Recreation Center at 2781 E. Outer Drive, while the other is at the Adams/Butzel Complex at 10500 Lyndon.
The centers won't offer direct financial aid.