News and Media: Disaster 4757

Press Releases & Fact Sheets

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Two Disaster Recovery Centers in Wayne (South East) and Wayne (Detroit) counties will remain open until further notice, while one center in Wayne (Detroit) County is scheduled to close April 20.
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The purpose of a FEMA housing inspector visiting your home is to help determine whether your home is safe, sanitary, and livable after a major disaster. The inspectors do not make any decisions regarding your eligibility for assistance. Information gathered during the inspection is only one of several criteria used by FEMA to determine if you are eligible for federal assistance.
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If you apply for FEMA Assistance and purposely claim disaster damage that never happened, you may be charged with a serious crime.
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The Macomb County Disaster Recovery Center in Chesterfield will close permanently at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, April 10.
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In the aftermath of a disaster, it’s easy to confuse myth and fact. That’s why it’s important to get your information from a trustworthy source. Here are the corrections to some common myths you may have heard about FEMA disaster assistance.
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Michigan; FEMA-4757-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4757-DR; Michigan as a result of severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding during the period of August 24-26, 2023.