FEMA’s website has information and materials available in languages other than English.
Disaster survivors can find translated information about disaster assistance programs, emergency preparedness, response and recovery activities, and flood insurance. The information comes in various formats and is available for sharing and downloading. Additional resources will be added periodically, so please visit often.
FEMA provides several services to meet the needs of all disaster survivors including:
- American Sign Language (ASL)
- Real-time captioning
- Assistive listening or reading devices
- Documentation in Braille or large print
FEMA Speaks Your Language
We offer help and information in your language. Call the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362:
- Press 1 for English
- Press 2 for Spanish
- Press 3 for other languages
Dial 711 or video relay services are available.
Explore Our Resources
For information in Spanish only, please visit FEMA en Español.
Learn about disaster assistance programs and eligibility criteria for individuals, families, state, local, tribal nations or territorial governments and private non-profit organizations.
Download multimedia resources such as social graphics, flyers, announcer scripts, accessible videos and animations in multiple languages to help you share important disaster information with others before, during and after a disaster.
Visit FloodSmart.gov (en Español) to learn about flood insurance, risks and costs, and zones and maps and flood disaster preparedness. Agents can use multilingual flood disaster resources for client meetings or on social media, website or in marketing emails.
Share FEMA’s help after a disaster brochure within your community to help people understand the types of FEMA assistance that may available to aid in recovery. This brochure is available in 27 languages.
Learn more about how to help those in need in a disaster. There are many ways to help such as donating cash, needed items or your time.
Get basic guidelines on how to save your family treasures like photographs, books, and important documents and papers after a disaster.
American Sign Language Videos
We have videos in ASL on our YouTube playlist that cover a range of topics related to disaster preparedness and safety.
View the Entire Playlist on YouTube