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    2019 Insurance Awareness Day

    June 28, 2019 is Insurance Awareness Day. Attached are PSAs on the importance of having flood insurance and being prepared for disasters.
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    2019 - Storm Surge

    This collection contains a variety of public service announcements that alert the general public to the dangers of storm surge. You will hear survivors talk about the affects of storm surge while watching video that demonstrates its power and destructive ability. The end of the video states "Storm Surge Kills" and begs the important question, "What is Your Plan?" The end card also provides a link to the website which will help audiences plan for natural disasters. In this collection you will find a variety of versions of each video. There is a version that is subtitled and a version that is not. There are also Spanish versions of some of the videos.
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    Disaster Recovery Center Social Graphics
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    Media related to DR4413
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    Spring Customer Acquisition Campaign Assets

    Marketing resources to help agents tell customers about the risk of spring flooding.
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    Nationwide Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (NPEIS)

    Nationwide Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (NPEIS) to evaluate proposed modifications to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This NPEIS includes an evaluation of the potential impacts to the natural and human environment associated with the NFIP at a programmatic level, as well as an evaluation of impacts of alternative proposals to modify the NFIP.
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    Mitigation March 2019

    Documents related to 2019 Mitigation March at FEMA Region 10
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    Valentines Day 2019 Social Graphics English

    Valentines Day 2019 Social Graphics English
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    2019 Mitigation Minute Graphics

    2019 Mitigation Minute Graphics
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    Map Change Lifecycle Toolkit Social Assets

    Downloadable social assets for community officials to communicate before, during and after a map change goes into effect.
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    Map Change Lifecycle Materials for Community Officials

    Marketing resources -- including a poster for community open houses, a lifecycle infographic and a customizable brochure -- to help community officials communicate to residents about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance in the context of a pending map change. For the customizable brochure, please do not edit the materials. You can include personalized information relevant to your community as indicated by the pink text in the document.
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    2019 Training Exercises

    Images for trainings.
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    Holiday Safety Graphics

    Holiday safety graphics.
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael - Faith Leaders’ Summit

    The White House Faith and Opportunity Initiative and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, invited faith leaders from communities impacted by Hurricane Michael to participate Faith Leaders’ Summits held on in Panama City and Marianna Florida. The theme of the summit was “The Critical Role of Faith-based Organizations in Community Response and Recovery after Disasters.” FEMA provided key information to better inform faith leaders to assist their congregations in recovery from the disaster, as well as information on the eligibility of houses of worship for FEMA Public Assistance to cover damage from Hurricane Michael.
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    Grants Management Modernization Videos
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael - DSA

    Hurricane Michael slammed in the Florida panhandle in October 2018. FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams were on the ground immediately following the storm to register survivors and answer questions.
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael - Other Federal Partners

    The Stafford Act gives FEMA the responsibility for coordinating government-wide relief efforts. The Federal Response Plan includes contributions from 28 federal agencies and non-governmental organizations. These agencies played critical roles in the response and recovery operations following Hurricane Michael which slammed into the Florida panhandle in October 2016.
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael - Army Corps of Engineers - Blue Roof

    Operation Blue Roof is provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and managed by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractors. The program provides fiber-reinforced sheeting and installation to cover damaged roofs until arrangements can be made for permanent repairs.
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael - Mitigation

    FEMA's Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration (FIMA) manages the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and implements a variety of programs authorized by Congress to reduce losses that may result from natural disasters. Effective mitigation efforts can break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage.
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    DR 4399 FL Hurricane Michael Individual Assistance

    In October 2018 Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle. Twelve counties were designated for Individual Assistance.