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Fact Sheets

More than 2,600 Louisiana households affected by hurricanes Laura and Delta are either waiting for or are currently living in temporary housing uni

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The state-led, federally supported Community Vaccination Centers (CVCs) in Los Angeles and Oakland will complete their 8-week pilot mission

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Under FEMA’s Direct Housing Program, families are licensed into temporary housing units (THUs) or non-motorized recreational vehicles (RVs) on priv

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Disaster recovery officials remind survivors who may have received FEMA disaster funds that it’s important to use the money for the intended purpose – disaster-related expenses - and not for household expenses or other expenditures.

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Renters in the 126 Texas designated counties* who were forced from their damaged homes because of the severe winter storms may be eligible for help from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Federal monetary awards may help pay for temporary housing and other needs not covered by insurance.

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Survivors of February’s severe winter storms in Texas who registered with FEMA may have received a determination letter regarding your eligibility for assistance. Read the letter carefully. It may not be the final answer. FEMA may simply need extra documents to process your application. Every applicant may appeal FEMA’s decision.

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Stay in Touch. It’s up to you.

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Louisiana residents affected by the recent winter storms who received a letter saying they were ineligible for FEMA assistance can appeal.

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The state-led, federally supported Community Vaccination Centers (CVCs) in Oakland and Los Angeles have given more than half a million vaccine

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Last updated November 2, 2020