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Montana Severe Storm and Flooding

DR-4655-MT
Montana

Incident Period: Jun 10, 2022 - Jul 5, 2022

Declaration Date: Jun 16, 2022


Now Closed: Period to Apply for Disaster Assistance

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The last day for individuals and families to apply for assistance after this disaster has passed. You are no longer able to begin a new claim.

To check the status on a previously submitted claim, visit DisasterAssistance.gov.

I Applied for Assistance. What's Next?

You will receive notification letters from FEMA either by U.S. mail or by electronic correspondence explaining your next steps. If you reported during the application process that you received damage and are not able to live in your primary residence, an inspector will contact you by phone to schedule an inspection. FEMA home inspections are conducted in-person; however, if you are apprehensive due to ongoing COVID-19 uncertainties, you can request we conduct the inspection without entering your home.

Learn more about the steps after applying.

"Help After a Disaster"

Translated into 27 languages, the "Help After a Disaster" brochure is a tool that can be shared in your community to help people understand the types of FEMA assistance that may be available to support individuals and families in disaster recovery.

Download Brochures

Volunteer and Donate

Recovery can take many years after a disaster. There are many ways to help such as donating cash, needed items, or your time. Learn more about how to help those in need.

Doing Business with FEMA

If you are interested in providing paid services and goods for disaster relief, visit our Doing Business with FEMA page to get started.


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Mitigation is defined as taking an action now to reduce future risk.

For example, a mitigation action is tying your shoe to prevent you from tripping and hurting yourself; purchasing a flood insurance policy to help you recover faster from a flood event.

WHY IS MITIGATION IMPORTANT?

Mitigation breaks the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction and repeated damage. Hazard mitigation includes long-term, permanent solutions that reduce the impact of disaster in the future.

WHO CAN YOU TALK TO ABOUT MITIGATION?

You can reach a mitigation specialist by phone on the FEMA Mitigation Helpline at:

833-FEMA-4-US (833-336-2487) from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mountain Time on Monday through Friday

or email us anytime at:

FEMA-R8-Hmhelp@fema.dhs.gov

 

FEMA Mitigation - Montana DR-4655 Resource Center 

Historic flooding occurred in many Montana communities in 2022. The FEMA Mitigation Montana DR-4655 Resource Center is an information platform developed by a FEMA Mitigation team that organizes programs, people, and tools to support communities through programmatic initiatives during disaster operations. The Resource center is intended for local governments, homeowners, builders and anyone else with a stake in the recovery effort. http://www.fema.gov/montana-flood-data


Funding Obligations

Individual Assistance Amount
Total Housing Assistance (HA) - Dollars Approved $2,928,101.31
Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved $216,203.55
Total Individual & Households Program Dollars Approved $3,144,304.86
Individual Assistance Applications Approved 327
Public Assistance Amount
Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated $768,173.00
Permanent Work (Categories C-G) - Dollars Obligated $40,463.92
Total Public Assistance Grants Dollars Obligated $983,299.39