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Midwest Floods

FEMA is working closely with state officials and our federal partners at the National Weather Service forecast offices to support the Midwest Region rising floods. Stay away from flooded areas and continue to follow the advice of your local officials.

 

 

Southeastern Tornadoes

FEMA continues to support the State of Alabama. Lee County residents start your recovery by visiting DisasterAssistance.gov. For a list of supplies that are still needed for survivors; call / text 2-1-1, or call United Way at 1-888-421-1266.

Youth Preparedness Council

Students in 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grade who have engaged in community service, or are interested in emergency preparedness, are encouraged to apply. Applications are due March 31.

FEMA Podcast

 This week on the podcast, we dive into the details of the National Response Framework update and how it will emphasize stabilization of critical lifelines and coordination across the critical infrastructure sectors.

Winter Weather

 Check on family, friends, and neighbors who are at risk and may need assistance. More information on dealing with extreme cold visit Ready and ready.gov/winter.

Hurricane Michael

Individuals or businesses that suffered damages from Hurricane Michael can check their eligibility for different types of disaster assistance online, by calling 800-621-3362, or by visiting a disaster recovery center.

Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018

On Oct. 5, 2018, President Trump signed the Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 into law, these reforms acknowledge the shared responsibility of disaster response and recovery, aim to reduce the complexity of FEMA and build the nation’s capacity for the next catastrophic event.

Hurricane Maria

FEMA continues to help both Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to build back stronger. Survivors can view their status online or call 1-800-621-3362.

DisasterAssistance.gov

There are new procedures in place to access your online FEMA assistance account on DisasterAssistance.gov.