Fact Sheets

Florida houses of worship and other private nonprofit organizations may be eligible for FEMA assistance to help pay for emergency protective measures, debris removal and restoration of facilities damaged by Hurricane Ian.

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Debt collection is necessary when FEMA assistance is used inappropriately, there is duplication of benefits, funds are obtained by fraud, or assistance is provided in error. The hearing is an opportunity for you to present relevant evidence (e.g., testimony or additional documents) to support your claim.

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If you receive a letter from FEMA saying you are ineligible for assistance, you can appeal the decision and provide more information.

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If you receive a letter from FEMA saying you are ineligible for assistance, you can appeal the decision and provide more information.

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FEMA is committed to helping all eligible disaster survivors recover from Hurricane Ian, including U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals and qualified aliens.

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Last updated November 2, 2020