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Official websites use .gov

A .gov website belongs to an official government organization in the United States.

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Secure .gov websites use HTTPS

A lock ( ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites..

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Get Assistance After a Disaster

There are different assistance programs for individual citizens versus public groups like government agencies and private nonprofit organizations. Find the help you need to support your disaster recovery.

Find Assistance

Individuals and Families

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If you, your family or your home were individually impacted by a major disaster, FEMA can help support your recovery. Find the disaster assistance and support services you need.

Governments and Private Non-Profits

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If you work for a state, local, tribal or territorial government, or select private nonprofit organizations, get assistance in place to support your communities and constituents.

FEMA in Your Language

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Disaster survivors can find information in languages other than English about disaster assistance programs, emergency preparedness, response and recovery activities, and flood insurance. 

Volunteer & Donate

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Volunteer and donate to help support Americans in their greatest time of need.

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Expanded Assistance for Disaster Survivors

FEMA has recently changed the Individual Assistance Program and Policy Guide to create additional flexibilities that ensure access to assistance is equitably provided to all survivors. The policy changes apply to disasters declared on or after August 23, 2021.