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Disasters can come in many forms. FEMA responds to all declared domestic disasters and emergencies, whether natural or man-made, including acts of terror.

Declared Disaster Search

You can use our search tool to find declared disasters and emergencies by state, incident type and/or year.

Learn More About Disasters

Learn about the formal declaration process, disaster types and how FEMA gets involved.


Get the latest information on COVID-19 and FEMA’s efforts to respond.

Disaster Relief Fund Reports

View our monthly reports on Disaster Relief Fund (DRF) activities.

Historic Disasters

Read summaries about some of our nation’s historic disasters.

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Getting Assistance


FEMA can help support your recovery. Find the disaster assistance and support services you need.

Public Groups & Organizations

FEMA can help state, local, tribal, and territorial governments and certain types of private nonprofit organizations. Learn more.

Last updated Jul 30, 2020

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