We're in The King;s neighborhood of Vicksburg. This community had up to fifteen feet of water where we're standing now, all of these homes were submerged, tremendous damage to the homes. They sat in flood waters for up to a month, as the water slowly came up and then slowly came down. So they're dealing with mold, water saturation, destruction of everything, the whole works. I've been flooded down here. I moved out and I lost everything that I have, and I'm just trying to get back to normal. Community relations is contacting everyone who lives in this area to be sure that they're registered with FEMA. After they have registered with FEMA they'll get a call from a FEMA Inspector making an appointment to assess the damage. They may qualify for assistance for home repair. They had to leave their homes during the flooding and also they have to leave them while they're repairing them because they're not safe to live in. I applied to FEMA and I heard from them, and they helped me with my first month's rent, they came out and inspected my home, and I'm just waiting for the results of that. Our job is to get people into the system in the sixty day period when they have to register, to answer any questions they have about the registration process. To be sure that they have continued with the paperwork. Some of them have to file rent receipts after a month or two, to continue rental assistance if they receive an SBA Packet. We contact them to be sure that they have filled out or understand that they can go to the Disaster Recovery Center for assistance in filling that out. I hope to get back home and get back to normal and just live my life out.