Disaster Recovery Center Team Available to Assist Survivors
Evansville, Indiana, June 16, 2016-Vanderburgh County Disaster Recovery Center
A survivor of the severe storms and flooding, affecting multiple counties in Indiana from February 14-March 4, 2018, registers for Federal Emergency Agency (FEMA) disaster assistance with Kaylo Henry, Disaster Recovery Center Manager. Daniel Alexander (right) was also available to help. Vanderburgh County was one of thirteen additional counties added to nine originally identified as being eligible for the Individual Assistance program in the original disaster declaration of May 5,2018.
Homeowners and renters whose primary residence is in Carroll, Clark, Dearborn, Elkhart, Floyd, Fulton, Harrison, Jasper, Jefferson, Kosciusko, Lake, LaPorte, Marshall, Ohio, Porter, Pulaski, Spencer, St. Joseph, Starke, Switzerland, Vanderburgh and White counties may apply for federal disaster assistance.
The deadline for registration is July 5, 2018. Disaster survivors may register by calling the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 (available 7am to 10pm Eastern Time seven days a week) online at Disaster Assistance.gov or download the free FEMA App to any smart phone to apply. Photo by Sharon Karr/FEMAPhoto by Sharon Karr - Jun 16, 2018