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Coastal resilience: Strengthening beaches to withstand storm surge.

President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provided nearly $7 billion for FEMA to help communities across the country build resilience and reduce disaster loss and suffering.

This August 2023, we're focused on sharing case studies, events, funding opportunities and other resources dedicated to investing in our communities.

Check back throughout the month as we highlight and celebrate work that is setting the resilience standard for our nation.

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Read case studies about how FEMA funds are being used by state, local, tribal and territorial governments to become more resilient to disasters.

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Discover how communities are becoming more resilient to a variety of disasters.

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View FEMA's latest press releases, fact sheets and upcoming events related to disaster resilience efforts.

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Learn about grant funding available for U.S. states, tribes and territories.