News and Media: Disaster 4766

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Rhode Islanders who applied for assistance from FEMA for the severe storm and flooding that took place Dec.17-19, 2023 and/or January 9-13, 2024 in Kent, Providence or Washington counties will receive a determination letter from the agency explaining the result of their application.
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Federal assistance can help Rhode Islanders recover from the severe storm and flooding from December 17-19, 2023, and January 9-13, 2024.
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If your vehicle was damaged as a result of the severe storms and flooding that occurred Dec. 17–19, 2023 and Jan. 9-13, 2024, auto insurance and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are the primary resources available to help with your repairs. If you’re unable to receive help through insurance or SBA, you may qualify for assistance through FEMA’s Other Needs Assistance (ONA) program.
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FEMA reminds Rhode Island residents who receive federal disaster assistance in the designated counties of Kent, Providence and Washington for the severe storms and flooding that took place December 17-19, 2023, and January 9-13, 2024 to use the money for its intended purpose and to keep receipts for three years.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency may provide two types of assistance following a presidential disaster declaration: Public Assistance and Individual Assistance. Both programs are independent from each other.
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