The FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Division is located in the Mitigation Directorate of the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration. Their vision is to be a driver for resilience through partnerships and mitigation investments, and their mission is to design, build, and nurture high-performing teams that promote and deliver risk reduction programs.
Hazard Mitigation Assistance Division
Year in Review
The Hazard Mitigation Year in Review provides an overview of the activities and accomplishments over the course of the year. It also highlights success stories that demonstrate how the HMA Division advances FEMA's strategic goals of building a culture of preparedness and readying the nation for catastrophic disaster through their grant programs.
State Hazard Mitigation Officers
FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Assistance grant programs are provided to eligible applicant states/tribes/territories that, in turn, provide sub-grants to local governments. Prospective sub-applicants can consult their state/tribe/territory contact for more information.
Loss Avoidance Study Summaries
Loss Avoidance Studies (LAS) quantify the losses avoided (also known as damage prevented or benefits) due to the implementation of the projects.
External Stakeholder Working Group
The External Stakeholder Working Group provides an open channel of communication between federal representatives and state, local, tribal or territorial stakeholders.