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TRENTON, N.J.--In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy the Federal Emergency Management Agency implemented a program to help children understand the importance of preparation for future disasters.

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Through August 30, the Optometry Strong Tornado Relief Project is providing free eye exams and replacement eyeglasses and conta

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Cell phones can help save lives and keep us safe with Wireless Emergency Alerts. Download a FREE fact sheet here.

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Wide Range of Resources Triggered by Presidential Disaster Declaration

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Misinformation is circulating on social networks regarding the response and recovery effort for the Texas floods.

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A FEMA Disaster Recovery Center will be open for six days in Branson, starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 22, and ceasing operations at 7 p.m. Saturday.

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Web Release

AUSTIN, Texas

FEMA Speaks Your Language

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Local government entities in Louisiana may be eligible for federal loans if they have revenue shortfalls because of August’s severe storms and floods.

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Temporary Housing

RUMOR:  There is a shortage of housing options for residents—both homeowners and renters—displaced by the storm.

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Last updated March 6, 2020