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Graphics that explain the disaster assistance process.
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March 21, 2016
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  • <p>Jwenn yon Sant Rekiperasyon Dezas</p>

<p>Vizite fema.gov/DRC</p>

<p>Enstale Aplikasyon FEMA a</p>

<p>Rankontre en-a-en av&egrave;k anplwaye FEMA nan yon sant rekiperasyon oswa rele nou nan 800-621-3362 (711 oswa S&egrave;vis Rel&egrave; Videyo) ak TTY 800-462-7585.</p>

<p>(Haitian Creole)</p>

    Jwenn yon Sant Rekiperasyon Dezas

    Photo by Amanda Osborn

    Jwenn yon Sant Rekiperasyon Dezas

    Vizite fema.gov/DRC

    Enstale Aplikasyon FEMA a

    Rankontre en-a-en avèk anplwaye FEMA nan yon sant rekiperasyon oswa rele nou nan 800-621-3362 (711 oswa Sèvis Relè Videyo) ak TTY 800-462-7585.

    (Haitian Creole)

  • <p><strong>What to Expect When FEMA is in Your Community</strong></p>

<p>FEMA provides 3 ways for survivors to speak with registration specialists in person</p>

<p><strong>Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams (DSAT):</strong></p>

<p>Can register survivors for FEMA assistance</p>

<p>Can provide contact information for recovery partner groups in the area</p>

<p><strong>Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC):</strong></p>

<p>Can register survivors for FEMA assistance</p>

<p>Can refer survivors to partners for unmet needs</p>

<p>Can give update on application status</p>

<p>Staffed by SBA &amp; state partners</p>

<p><strong>Mobile Registration Intake Centers (MRIC):</strong></p>

<p>Can register survivors for FEMA assistance ONLY</p>

<p>You&#39;ve been through a lot. We want to be easily accessible to you.</p>

<p>www.DisasterAssistance.gov</p>

<p><a href="http://www.fema.gov/hurricane-irma">www.fema.gov/hurricane-irma</a></p>

    What to Expect When FEMA is in Your Community

    Photo by Meghan Breitenbach

    What to Expect When FEMA is in Your Community

    FEMA provides 3 ways for survivors to speak with registration specialists in person

    Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams (DSAT):

    Can register survivors for FEMA assistance

    Can provide contact information for recovery partner groups in the area

    Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC):

    Can register survivors for FEMA assistance

    Can refer survivors to partners for unmet needs

    Can give update on application status

    Staffed by SBA & state partners

    Mobile Registration Intake Centers (MRIC):

    Can register survivors for FEMA assistance ONLY

    You've been through a lot. We want to be easily accessible to you.

    www.DisasterAssistance.gov

    www.fema.gov/hurricane-irma

  • <p>3 Formas para Solicitar Asistencia por Desastre:</p>

<p>1. En internet: disasterassistance.gov/es</p>

<p>2. Por tel&eacute;fono: 800-621-3362 (711/servicio de retransmisi&oacute;n de video), 800-462-7585 (TTY)</p>

<p>3. Vis&iacute;tenos en persona en uno de nuestros Centros de Ayuda por Desastre</p>

<p>English version: Three Ways to Apply for Disaster Aid</p>

    Gráfica: 3 Formas para Solicitar Asistencia por Desastrev

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    3 Formas para Solicitar Asistencia por Desastre:

    1. En internet: disasterassistance.gov/es

    2. Por teléfono: 800-621-3362 (711/servicio de retransmisión de video), 800-462-7585 (TTY)

    3. Visítenos en persona en uno de nuestros Centros de Ayuda por Desastre

    English version: Three Ways to Apply for Disaster Aid

  • <p>This graphic shares three ways to apply for disaster aid: online, by phone, or in person at a Disaster Recovery Center. (This is version 2 of this graphic)</p>

    Graphic: Three Ways to Apply for Disaster Aid

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    This graphic shares three ways to apply for disaster aid: online, by phone, or in person at a Disaster Recovery Center. (This is version 2 of this graphic)

  • <p>Fact Sheet Harvey Update Infographic</p>

<p>Photo by FEMA Graphic - Oct. 13, 2017</p>

    Fact Sheet Infographic as of October 13, 2017

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Fact Sheet Harvey Update Infographic

    Photo by FEMA Graphic - Oct. 13, 2017

  • <p>You must meet one of the following conditions of unemployment or inability to perform services in self-employment to be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.</p>

<p>You worked in, or were scheduled to begin work in, the area impacted by the hurricane but were prevented from doing so by the disaster.</p>

<p>You were self-employed in, or were scheduled to begin self-employment in, the impacted area but were prevented from doing so because of the hurricane.</p>

<p>You are unable to work because you are injured as a direct result of the disaster.</p>

<p>You became the major support of the household because the head of the household died as a direct result of the disaster.</p>

<p>You lost a majority of income or revenue because your employer or business was damaged/destroyed by the hurricane.</p>

    Disaster Unemployment Assistance

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    You must meet one of the following conditions of unemployment or inability to perform services in self-employment to be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.

    You worked in, or were scheduled to begin work in, the area impacted by the hurricane but were prevented from doing so by the disaster.

    You were self-employed in, or were scheduled to begin self-employment in, the impacted area but were prevented from doing so because of the hurricane.

    You are unable to work because you are injured as a direct result of the disaster.

    You became the major support of the household because the head of the household died as a direct result of the disaster.

    You lost a majority of income or revenue because your employer or business was damaged/destroyed by the hurricane.

  • <p>Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams and home inspectors are often sent to rural areas to help disaster survivors, but not all individuals offering assistance are who they say they are.</p>

<p>Don&rsquo;t take a financial hit from scams during your recovery process!</p>

<p>Before you engage, follow these tips:</p>

<p>FEMA representatives and inspectors from other agencies will always have identification.</p>

<p>Do NOT give cash. Government workers never ask for a fee or payment.</p>

<p>Do NOT give personally identifiable information over the phone.</p>

<p>If you believe you are the victim of fraud, contact the Disaster Fraud Hotline to report scams or fraud in your area.</p>

<p>Web: disaster.leo.gov</p>

<p>Mail: National Center for Disaster Fraud<br />
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4909</p>

<p>Phone: (866) 720-5721</p>

    Beware of Fraud when Seeking Disaster Assistance

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams and home inspectors are often sent to rural areas to help disaster survivors, but not all individuals offering assistance are who they say they are.

    Don’t take a financial hit from scams during your recovery process!

    Before you engage, follow these tips:

    FEMA representatives and inspectors from other agencies will always have identification.

    Do NOT give cash. Government workers never ask for a fee or payment.

    Do NOT give personally identifiable information over the phone.

    If you believe you are the victim of fraud, contact the Disaster Fraud Hotline to report scams or fraud in your area.

    Web: disaster.leo.gov

    Mail: National Center for Disaster Fraud
    Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4909

    Phone: (866) 720-5721

  • <p>A graphic representing data on the recovery efforts on the two month anniversary since Hurricane Irma impacted the state of Florida.</p>

    Florida Recovery, Hurricane IRMA: Progress Through Partnerships

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    A graphic representing data on the recovery efforts on the two month anniversary since Hurricane Irma impacted the state of Florida.

  • <p>Indiana Recovery<br />
Progress Through Partnerships</p>

<p>3,500 Homes Visited by Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams</p>

<p>+650 Hoosiers Assisted at Disaster Recovery Centers Throughout the State</p>

<p>$11.7 Million in Survivors&#39; Pockets</p>

<p>Volunteers Reported More Than 14,400 Volunteer Hours</p>

<p>More Than 1,700 Clean-Up Supplies Distributed</p>

<p>26,700 Meals &amp; Snacks Provided</p>

<p>$2.3 Million Individual &amp; Households Program Approved</p>

<p>$1.5 Million Small Business Administration Loans Approved</p>

<p>$7.9 Million National Flood Insurance Program Claims</p>

    Indiana Recovery Graphic from February Flooding 2018

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Indiana Recovery
    Progress Through Partnerships

    3,500 Homes Visited by Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams

    +650 Hoosiers Assisted at Disaster Recovery Centers Throughout the State

    $11.7 Million in Survivors' Pockets

    Volunteers Reported More Than 14,400 Volunteer Hours

    More Than 1,700 Clean-Up Supplies Distributed

    26,700 Meals & Snacks Provided

    $2.3 Million Individual & Households Program Approved

    $1.5 Million Small Business Administration Loans Approved

    $7.9 Million National Flood Insurance Program Claims

  • <p>Grapic showing suvivors&nbsp;what to expect after they have applied for disaster assistance.</p>

<p>&nbsp;</p>

    What To Expect After You Apply

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Grapic showing suvivors what to expect after they have applied for disaster assistance.

     

  • <p>Graphic showing local, state, federal and voluntary resources that may be available to survivors in Florida.</p>

    Florida Survivor Resources

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic showing local, state, federal and voluntary resources that may be available to survivors in Florida.

  • <p>Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.</p>

    Georgia Survivor Resources

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.

  • <p>Graphic showing local, state, federal and voluntary resources that may be available to survivors in Florida.</p>

    Florida Survivor Resources

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Graphic showing local, state, federal and voluntary resources that may be available to survivors in Florida.

  • <p>Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.</p>

    Georgia Survivor Resources

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.

  • <p>Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.</p>

    Survivor Resources - Alabama

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Information survivors can use to be connected with local, state and federal resources after a disaster.

  • <p>Super Typhoon Yutu Update Image</p>

    Yutu Update

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Super Typhoon Yutu Update Image

  • <p>Disaster Recovery Center Holiday Hours graphic that accompanies text directing people to their local disaster website for their state to see how their local Disaster Recovery Center might be affected by a federal holiday.</p>

    Disaster Recovery Center Holiday Hours

    Photo by Minh Phan

    Disaster Recovery Center Holiday Hours graphic that accompanies text directing people to their local disaster website for their state to see how their local Disaster Recovery Center might be affected by a federal holiday.