MyAssist™, a leading live-agent personal assistance and concierge service for individuals and companies, today announced that anyone affected by Tropical Storm Debby or the wildfires raging in Colorado and Utah can use the MyAssist service at no charge. People impacted by the storm or wildfires can call 877-MYASSIST (877-692-7747) and get instantly connected to MyAssist agents who will help arrange emergency travel reservations/accommodations, coordinate emergency medical assistance and communicate with family, friends and emergency response groups. Tropical Storm Debby is expected to dump more than a foot of rain on parts of Florida over the next several days, just as new wildfires have ignited in Colorado and Utah, forcing people out of their homes in both regions. "We are committed to help people get out of harm's way," said John Noel, president and CEO of MyAssist. "Those who have lost power, are in need of supplies or find themselves stranded can call us to find out how to move to a safe location, arrange for transportation or contact family members. We are here 24/7 to provide a live connection to safety." MyAssist agents work within one of the world's finest concierge, emergency travel and medical assistance infrastructures, which is based in the United States. MyAssist apps are available for Android, BlackBerry and iPhone devices, which can be downloaded for free at http://www.myassist.com/mobile_apps/.
MyAssist agents can help with:
Connections to government agencies and emergency response groups
MyAssist and its parent company, Noel Group, have been providing emergency medical services for 25 years, including services during 9-11, the Pacific Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti, when MyAssist tapped into the company's network of emergency transportation partners to safely evacuate a group of children from Haiti to the United States. MyAssist agents leverage a vast network of international connections to navigate through the various logistical, physical and political obstacles in order to get people to safety.
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