Response Efforts Continue Across the Country
FEMA has deployed nearly 10,000 personnel to disasters across the United States, from Alaska to Puerto Rico, and Florida to South Carolina. We are dedicated to helping survivors recover from all disasters.
FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell will join President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. today to survey heavily damaged areas and meet with Gov. Ron DeSantis and response officials about ongoing efforts to help survivors and hard-hit communities in Florida. FEMA has already registered hundreds of thousands of households of Floridians and continues going door to door in 11 counties assisting with applications and answering questions about types of federal assistance available.
- Press Release
- October 5, 2022
Disasters can leave behind a trail of destruction. Sometimes, this includes items in your home that hold great sentimental, historic or monetary value to you or a family member. Here are four steps save your family treasures after a disaster.
- October 4, 2022
Recovering after a flood can be overwhelming and FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is dedicated to getting you back on your feet after Hurricane Ian. Anyone affected by Hurricane Ian who has an NFIP flood insurance policy and has suffered flood damage should begin filing their claim now, even if you have not returned home yet.
- Press Release
- October 2, 2022
When a disaster strikes, it is people coming together to help that brings hope to survivors. Hurricanes Fiona and Ian left trails of catastrophic destruction, uprooting the lives of millions. The recovery will be long, grueling and costly. It will take the efforts of countless people to help affected communities recover – from all levels of government to non-profit organizations to generous individuals like you.
- October 1, 2022
Grants to disaster survivors (in millions) so far in 2022.
Number of hazard mitigation assistance sub-grants awarded so far in 2022.
Disaster declarations for states and counties. See the Declarations.
Fire Incidents for states and counties. See the incidents.