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Louisiana Hurricane Delta (DR-4570-LA)
This is an active disaster. Apply for assistance.
Incident Period: October 6, 2020 - October 10, 2020
Declaration Date: October 16, 2020
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|Total Housing Assistance (HA) - Dollars Approved||$29,251,565.27|
|Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved||$9,566,124.28|
|Total Individual & Households Program Dollars Approved||$38,817,689.55|
|Individual Assistance Applications Approved||10773|
|Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated||$704,051.14|
|Total Public Assistance Grants Dollars Obligated||$704,051.14|
|Hazard Mitigation Assistance||Amount|
|Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - Dollars Obligated||$0.00|
- Hurricane Delta Resources
- Louisiana Office of the Governor
- Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
Direct Temporary Housing
The road to recovery for many Hurricane Laura and Delta survivors includes placement into temporary housing units.
Damage to the existing housing stock in Southwest Louisiana from hurricanes Laura and Delta severely limited the availability of alternative housing options for households whose homes were destroyed or made unlivable due to major damage. To help meet the housing needs, FEMA’s Direct Housing Program was implemented. FEMA prefers to place temporary housing units on individual private property owned by the applicant to keep households in their community and near their jobs, schools, churches and friends, while they rebuild their homes and lives. But the process of placing temporary units on properties takes time; Each installation is a construction project.
The road to recovery for many Hurricane Laura and Delta survivors includes placement into temporary housing units, many of which are located in commercial parks.
Hurricanes Laura and Delta battered areas of Louisiana where available housing was already limited. To help meet the housing needs, as part of the Direct Temporary Housing Program, FEMA has identified a number of commercial parks with available pads throughout the affected areas to temporarily house displaced residents.
Assistance for Multiple Disasters
When there are two or more disasters declared for the same designated area, FEMA works to ensure applicants receive all eligible help while preventing duplication of federal benefits. This will be the case for families affected by both Hurricanes Laura and Delta.
Read more on what Hurricane Laura survivors already registered with FEMA should do if impacted by by Hurricane Delta.
Help After A Disaster
I Applied For Assistance. What's Next?
You will receive notification letters from FEMA either by U.S. mail or by electronic correspondence. You may need to verify your identity or complete a home inspection.
"Help After a Disaster" Brochures
Translated into 27 languages, the "Help After a Disaster" brochure is a tool that can be shared in your community to help people understand the types of FEMA Individual Assistance support that may be available in disaster recovery.
How To Help
Recovery will take many years after a disaster. Cash is the best way to help those in need.
Our teams are working hard to support state and local partners in response to Hurricane Delta. Visit our media collection to see more of their support in action.
News and Information
Designated Counties (Individual Assistance)
- Acadia (Parish)
- Allen (Parish)
- Beauregard (Parish)
- Calcasieu (Parish)
- Cameron (Parish)
- Iberia (Parish)
- Jefferson Davis (Parish)
- Lafayette (Parish)
- Rapides (Parish)
- St. Landry (Parish)
- St. Martin (Parish)
- Vermilion (Parish)