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Collection: South Carolina Flooding

Imagery from 2015 South Carolina floods.
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October 16, 2015
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  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Denial Letter - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Disaster Recovery Center - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Lexington, SC, Oct. 11, 1015 -- FEMA corps volunteer Jonah Barnhart looks on&nbsp;while FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance member James Mason speaks with John Perkins&nbsp;about the recovery process. Perkins was one of the few residents able to drive out of the neighborhood early on Monday morning. Residents are eligible for Individual Assistance in Bamberg, Berkeley, Calhoun, Charleston, Clarendon, Colleton, Darlington, Dorchester, Florence, Georgetown, Greenwood, Horry, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter and Williamburg counties. Deadline is December 4, 2015. FEMA/Bill Koplitz</p>

    FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Team in the Field

    Photo by Bill Koplitz

    Lexington, SC, Oct. 11, 1015 -- FEMA corps volunteer Jonah Barnhart looks on while FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance member James Mason speaks with John Perkins about the recovery process. Perkins was one of the few residents able to drive out of the neighborhood early on Monday morning. Residents are eligible for Individual Assistance in Bamberg, Berkeley, Calhoun, Charleston, Clarendon, Colleton, Darlington, Dorchester, Florence, Georgetown, Greenwood, Horry, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter and Williamburg counties. Deadline is December 4, 2015. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Inspector Visit - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Registration - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Emotional Assistance - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide valuable information to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide Disaster Unemployment Assistance deadlines, to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    Disaster Unemployment Assistance deadlines - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide Disaster Unemployment Assistance deadlines, to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>Public Service Anouncement to provide important information,&nbsp;to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.</p>

    FEMA assistance does not impact government benefits - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    Public Service Anouncement to provide important information, to disaster survivors who use sign language as their mode of communication.

  • <p>William Lindsey from FEMA explains what FEMA is doing for flood survivors at the Coastal Carolina County Fair.</p>

    FEMA Helps Flood Survivors at Coastal Carolina Country Fair

    Video by Craig Bell

    William Lindsey from FEMA explains what FEMA is doing for flood survivors at the Coastal Carolina County Fair.

  • <p>HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response, is an all volunteer, non-profit&nbsp;organization that&nbsp;provides support,&nbsp;comfort and relief to survivors and first responders, through the assistance of therapy dog teams.</p>

    HOPE - Animal Assisted Crisis Response

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response, is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that provides support, comfort and relief to survivors and first responders, through the assistance of therapy dog teams.

  • <p>South Beltline - Gills Creek Community Relief Foundation is a neighborhood volunteer effort created as a result of the recent&nbsp;floods that affected South Carolina.&nbsp;</p>

    South Beltline - Gills Creek Community Relief Foundation

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    South Beltline - Gills Creek Community Relief Foundation is a neighborhood volunteer effort created as a result of the recent floods that affected South Carolina. 

  • <p>An&nbsp;American Sign Language Interpreter is a trained professional who facilitates communication, and conveys all auditory and sign information to citizens who are deaf, DeafBlind or hard of hearing.</p>

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    How to use American Sign Language Interpreters - Disability Integration

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    An American Sign Language Interpreter is a trained professional who facilitates communication, and conveys all auditory and sign information to citizens who are deaf, DeafBlind or hard of hearing.

     

  • <p>United Way of the Midlands&nbsp;were among the first&nbsp;Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, that helped survivors during the recent floods that affected South Carolina.</p>

    United Way of the Midlands

    Video by Yuisa Rios

    United Way of the Midlands were among the first Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, that helped survivors during the recent floods that affected South Carolina.

  • <p>This video provides an overview of the Group Flood Insurance Policy (GFIP).&nbsp; FEMA administers the National Flood Insurance Program.&nbsp; The GFIP allows FEMA to purchase an introductory flood insurance policy for qualified FEMA applicants who receive a mandatory flood insurance requirement.</p>

<p>Video production coordinated through the Individuals and Households Program -&nbsp;Program Management Section, Program Coordination Team.</p>

    Group Flood Insurance Policy: Making Survivors More Resilient

    Video by Pamela Miller

    This video provides an overview of the Group Flood Insurance Policy (GFIP).  FEMA administers the National Flood Insurance Program.  The GFIP allows FEMA to purchase an introductory flood insurance policy for qualified FEMA applicants who receive a mandatory flood insurance requirement.

    Video production coordinated through the Individuals and Households Program - Program Management Section, Program Coordination Team.