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FEMA Content

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CHICAGO - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has sent Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) teams to

Press Release
The State-run Recovery Service Center in Lake Charles will continue to assist those affected by the 2020 hurricanes and other weather-related events in Southwest Louisiana. The Center has been extended through July 30.
Press Release
FEMA is hiring Louisiana residents who live in Lake Charles to assist with disaster response and recovery efforts as temporary employees.
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If you received a letter from FEMA that says you’re ineligible for help or that there is “no decision,” read the letter carefully. FEMA may need additional information from you to continue processing your application.
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Coordination to break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage continues between FEMA, the U.S. Virgin Islands Office of Disaster Recovery, and the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency. This effort has led to $93.03 million obligated for projects to reduce the loss of life and property from disasters through FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.      
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If you are a West Virginia resident in Cabell, Kanawha, Mingo, or Wayne counties and experienced damage from the Feb. 27 – March 4, 2021 flooding, you should apply for FEMA Assistance.
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While the disaster assistance registration deadline has passed, there is still help available for survivors of February’s severe winter storms in Texas. Survivors are part of the whole community effort. The steps they take on their road to recovery and the decisions they make are very important.
Fact Sheets
Texans in the 126 counties* designated for disaster assistance who were affected by February’s severe winter storms and still need help have many resources to support their recovery efforts. Review FEMA’s recovery checklist to ensure you’ve taken all the steps in your federal assistance process:
Fact Sheets