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FEMA is opening Disaster Recovery Centers in Harrison, Ringgold and Story counties to provide one-on-one help to people affected by severe storms, tornadoes and flooding this spring.
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West Virginians affected by the April 2-6 severe storms who live or work in Boone, Cabell, Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, Marshall, Nicholas, Ohio, Putnam, Wayne and Wetzel counties, and who became unemployed due to the severe storms, may apply for federal unemployment benefits. 
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Earlier this year, FEMA announced updates to disaster assistance available during a federal declaration. These changes provide disaster support by increasing accessibility and eligibility for affected people, families and communities.
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FEMA is opening Disaster Recovery Centers in Kaufman, Leon and Van Zandt counties June 21 to provide one-on-one help to Texans affected by the severe storms, tornadoes, flooding and straight-line winds April 26-June 5.
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FEMA and the DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships brought together nearly 40 nonprofit and federal government agencies to explore collaboration opportunities that strengthen national resilience. Last week’s Climate Resilience and Disaster Readiness Roundtable gathered these leaders together in Washington, D.C. to facilitate in-person coordination efforts.
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Free legal assistance is available to disaster survivors in Boyd, Carter, Fayette, Greenup, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Mason, Oldham, Union and Whitley counties who were affected by the April 2, severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, landslides and mudslides throughout Kentucky.
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The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and FEMA have opened a second Mobile Disaster Recovery Center in Hinds County to help survivors affected by the April 8-11, 2024, severe storms, tornadoes and flooding.
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Homeowners and renters in Leon County who were affected by the severe storms, straight-line winds and tornadoes on May 10 may apply for FEMA disaster assistance.
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Like all natural disasters, tornadoes can end up causing massive destruction to homes, property and infrastructure. Typically, tornadoes cause the greatest damage to structures of light construction, including some manufactured homes and other residential dwellings.
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FEMA and the State of Arkansas Disaster Recovery Centers in Bentonville, Summit, Harrison and Mountain Home will be closed Wednesday, June 19 for the Juneteenth holiday.
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