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Florida Hurricane Ian
Période de l’incident: Sep 23, 2022 - nov 4, 2022
Date de déclaration: Sep 29, 2022
- Ressources de récupération: État et Local | Nationale
- Connectez-vous: Réseaux sociaux | Application mobile et texte
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Actualités et médias locaux
Visitez la page Actualités et médias pour les événements, les fiches d'information, les communiqués de presse et d'autres ressources multimédias.
Help With Hurricane Ian Recovery
FEMA is hiring for more than 300 local positions in Brandon, Fort Myers, Kissimmee, Orlando and Sarasota, as the state of Florida continues recovering after Hurricane Ian. These positions are full-time, 120-day appointments that may be extended depending on operational needs. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online.
Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC)
Impacted survivors from the approved designated counties can visit the nearest DRC for help to apply for assistance. Representatives from FEMA and U.S. Small Business Administration are available at these centers to explain disaster assistance programs, answer questions about written correspondence and provide literature about repairs and rebuilding to make homes more disaster resistant.
Residents who previously registered for assistance do not need to visit the DRC, but can ask questions or seek further information in person at the DRC in addition to online or by phone.
Citizenship and FEMA Eligibility
FEMA is committed to helping all eligible disaster survivors recover from Hurricane Ian, including U.S. citizens, non-citizen nationals and qualified aliens.
Learn more about Citizenship and Immigration Status Requirements for Federal Public Benefits
How Do I Appeal the Final Decision?
If you receive a letter stating that you are ineligible for assistance or that your application is incomplete, you can still complete the application or appeal the decision within 60 days of receiving a decision letter. The letter would either be mailed to you or placed into your Disaster Assistance Center account, if you have set up an account.
Transitional Sheltering Assistance
FEMA’s Transitional Sheltering Assistance has been activated for Florida survivors allowing for short-term, emergency sheltering options in participating hotels.
In order to receive sheltering assistance, start by applying for assistance. You must have a FEMA registration ID and approval from FEMA to participate. If FEMA has reached out to you about sheltering assistance, you can look up participating hotels.
Frequently Asked Questions and Rumors
Learn more about common disaster-related rumors and how to report fraud. You can also get answers to frequently asked questions about emergency shelters, disaster assistance, flood insurance and more.
Below you can find social media graphics and images with important safety messaging in various languages, including English, Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese.
- Disaster Support Social Graphics
- American Sign Language (ASL): Understanding Your Letter
Verifying Home Ownership or Occupancy
FEMA is required to verify you lived at the address in your application as your primary residence before providing most types of IHP Assistance. FEMA is also required to verify you owned your home before providing Home Repair or Replacement Assistance.
As part of our effort to make the disaster assistance process quicker and reduce the burden on applicants, we try to verify occupancy and ownership by using an automated public records search.
If we cannot verify you lived in or owned the home that you listed in your application, we will ask you to provide documents to prove occupancy and/or ownership to help us determine if you are eligible for assistance.
Find a Housing Counselor
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides support to a nationwide network of housing counseling agencies (HCAs) and certified counselors. HUD participating HCAs are approved and trained to provide tools to current and prospective homeowners and renters so they can make responsible choices to address their housing needs in light of their financial situations.
Faites du bénévolat et faites un don
La récupération peut prendre de nombreuses années après une catastrophe. Il existe de nombreuses façons d'aider, par exemple en faisant un don d'argent, d'articles nécessaires ou de votre temps. En savoir plus sur la façon d'aider les personnes dans le besoin.
Faire des affaires avec la FEMA
Si vous souhaitez fournir des services et des biens payants pour les secours en cas de catastrophe, visitez notre page Faire des affaires avec FEMA pour commencer.
Obligations de financement
|Aide totale au logement (AP) - en dollars approuvés||$744,651,290.76|
|Total des autres besoins d'aide (ONA) - Dollars approuvés||$364,356,506.28|
|Total des dollars du programme pour les particuliers et les ménages approuvés||$1,109,007,797.04|
|Demandes d'aide individuelle approuvées||386036|
|Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated||$839,258,954.01|
|Permanent Work (Categories C-G) - Dollars Obligated||$2,808,309.21|
|Total Public Assistance Grants Dollars Obligated||$881,500,894.03|
|Hazard Mitigation Assistance||Amount|
|Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - Dollars Obligated||$1,970,275.45|