Disaster Case Management
Disaster Case Management (DCM) is a time-limited collaboration between a trained case manager and a disaster survivor involving the development of a disaster recovery plan and a mutual effort to meet those disaster-caused unmet needs described in the plan. Disaster Case Management is most often funded by FEMA as a federal award or cooperative agreement to the SLTT.
To assess and address a survivor’s unmet needs through a disaster recovery plan. This disaster recovery plan includes resources, decision-making priorities, providing guidance, and tools to assist disaster survivors.
|Provider:||Federal Emergency Management Agency - Individual Assistance|
|Eligibility:||Individuals and Households, State, Local, Tribal, or Territorial Government|
|Financial Resource Type:||Program Delivery|
Please directly consult the provider of a potential resource for current program information and to verify the applicability and requirements of a particular program.