FEMA is not the team, we're part of the team. And that team is you folks. Disaster response and recovery is a team effort. FEMA and HUD have developed a strong partnership that has worked to get Tennessee survivors on the road to recovery quickly. At the DRC the partnership with HUD is important to us because as soon as we have an applicant that mentions a housing issue that is not a financial issue that perhaps our FEMA rental assistance might cover we know that HUD is the place we need to send them. Water did get up to my home but didn’t get in my home through the doors we had a straight line wind that came in earlier that evening along with the heavy rain and wind and a lot of my damages came in through the ceiling the windows the walls and the floors. Well we’ve been meeting with the flood survivors in the DRC’s they have gone to our partners FEMA and SBA and they make their way to HUD when they have housing needs. I got on to HUD because I knew I had to come out of the house. I knew it was to the point that I got to find some where to live and after talking to FEMA the lady and man that was there they told me to go down to the main office they got HUD people there. And we went down the list and she pulled out two or three and this was one of them. Oh their doing great. Crystal Goodman she was my case worker from HUD. She said we’re going to find you a place to live that’s what she told me you know. I called and I came out here basically explained to the lady what had happened and everything she said you just come up front and let them know you need a place to live and she said just bring me the deposit and you can move in and we’ll kind of wave with you a little bit, ‘cause you do need to get moved out of your house. It was a blessing it was a blessing going through people like FEMA and Crystal and HUD you brought me through. Words can’t express how I appreciate the things they done. I think it’s important that we emphasize the true partnership that seems to have formed between FEMA and Housing and Urban Development. The thing I think is really important is for people to understand how very important it is to have the human contact. And it’s very satisfying when you know that you’ve helped someone who may not have a place to stay, you’ve helped someone who’s lost everything in terms of their possessions and you’re able to really give them some hope about returning to some degree of normalcy.