Rescue crews continued to clean up, Thursday, after a deadly string of tornadoes tore through Oklahoma this week.
The small town of Lone Grove was hit hardest by the storms. More than 100 homes there were destroyed by the 170 mph winds. Nine people have died and 14 others were injured
First Baptist, a local church in the city, has reached out to victims providing clothes and food for those still in the area.
Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry has also declared a state of emergency in the hardest hit areas.
President Obama sent his "condolences and best wishes to the victims" and promised that federal help is on the way.
Meanwhile, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano vowed that "any and all support" would be given to help the state rebuild.
Officials say it could take Lone Grove's 4,600 residents months or even years to fully recover, but Henry is confident those affected will bounce back.
"Oklahomans have gone through this kind of disaster before," he said. "We know what we are doing. We will rebuild."