Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- The American Red Cross continues to help residents affected by the floods in northeastern Minnesota.
The Red Cross is providing one on one client services and is offering support to residents and volunteers involved in clean-up efforts.
Although, shelters are not currently opened, the Red Cross will offer shelter to those who need it.
Caseworkers and trained health and mental health professionals continue to meet with flood victims in damaged area and one on one.
This weekend, the Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicles will be out in neighborhoods with drinks, snacks and clean up kits.