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FEMA Content

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FEMA has added Dutchess County to the Sept. 5 federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Ida, bringing to nine the number of counties whose residents are now eligible to apply for FEMA disaster assistance.
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FEMA provides translation and interpretation services in order to reach out and communicate with disaster survivors who speak little or no English. FEMA also has staff and technology to support disaster recovery for those who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or have low vision.
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As the people of New York repair and rebuild their homes, FEMA has teamed with Lowe’s stores on Staten Island to provide free information and tips on how to make homes damaged by natural disasters stronger and safer
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Disaster Federal Register Notice
People receiving Social Security payments or other government assistance should not be concerned that FEMA disaster assistance might affect their benefits.
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Are you a homeowner who received FEMA assistance for home repairs? Did you later discover that your furnace was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Ida?
Fact Sheets
FEMA inspectors record disaster-caused damage. They do not determine if you’re eligible for FEMA assistance or the amount or type of assistance that FEMA can offer. It is important to respond when they try to contact you.
Fact Sheets
You applied to FEMA for disaster assistance after Hurricane Ida swept across New York, and you received a letter. You’re not sure what it says, but you think it’s not good.
Press Release
FEMA announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of New York to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by the remnants of Tropical Storm Fred from Aug. 18-19, 2021.
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