PANAMA CITY, Fl. (WDBJ7) - Hundreds of people (in the Florida Panhandle) remain in shelters - unsure where to go next.
The Red Cross set up a shelter at Deane Bozeman school in Panama City.
More than 280 people slept there last night. They have access to hot meals, showers and cots to sleep in the school gym as well as direct access to FEMA representatives.
One woman whose been there for a week says she and many others have no home to go back to.
"Just heart wrenching. You'll be talking to somebody and they cry and you have to cry with them because you're in the same boat they are. I haven't seen one person that was mad . And I've met people, and I know people by name out here and I didn't know them before," said Janis Baker of Springfield, FL.
Red Cross leaders say in addition to medical care, they're also trying to address everyone's mental health -
Saying many people in the shelters are still dealing with the trauma of this catastrophic storm.