Hurricane Harvey (57)
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- August 30, 2017
Fact Sheet: Transitional Shelter Assistance - Multiple Languages (English, Spanish, Korean, Tagalog, Urdu, Vietnamese, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, Russian, Polish, German, and Italian)
FEMA may provide Transitional Shelter Assistance (TSA) to applicants who are unable to return to their pre-disaster primary residence because their home is either uninhabitable or inaccessible due to a Presidentially-declared disaster. TSA is intended to reduce the number of disaster survivors in congregate shelters by transitioning survivors into short-term accomodations through direct payments to lodging providers. TSA does not count toward an applicant’s maximum amount of assistance available under the Individuals and Households Program (IHP).
“FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and
improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.”
August 31, 2017
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Public Assistance (PA) Program provides supplemental assistance to states, tribes, and local governmental entities, as well as certain private non-profit organizations (hereinafter referred to as applicants). FEMA’s Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide (http://www.fema.gov/public-assistance-policy-and-guidance) provides comprehensive information regarding assistance that FEMA can provide and the requirements that applicants must follow in order to receive the assistance. The purpose of this Fact Sheet is to provide key information that applicants need to consider when utilizing contracted resources.
Resourcess to keep children safe and at ease through the wait and associated cleanup.
This library contains materials and information to support Hurricane Harvey rebuilding Efforts
Fact Sheet: Critical Needs Assistance - Multiple Languages (English, Spanish, Korean, Tagalog, Urdu, Vietnamese, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, Russian, Polish, German, and Italian)
After the storms, there are still many hazards to be mindful of as a result of the extensive damage left in its wake. Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the U.S., and causes billions of dollars in damage each year for families and businesses. It is important for parents and guardians to follow the recommendations below in order to keep their children safe and at ease through the wait and associated cleanup.
You do not need to wait for an insurance adjuster or FEMA inspector to start cleaning your flood damaged home.
Take photos or videos of the outside and inside of the building, including damaged personal property, and label them by room before you remove anything.
After taking photos, immediately throw away items that pose a health risk from floodwaters, such as perishable food, clothing, cusions and pillows.
If you need help cleaning up your flood-damaged home, call 844-965-1386
After a flood, building back homes the same way they were damaged could cause serious issues for the owners of those homes and their neighborhoods. Homes in the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) are required to have flood insurance if they have a federally backed mortgage. Homes below the Base Flood Elevation (BFE) face premium increases for their flood insurance premiums up to full risk rates.
Dễ dàng nộp hồ sơ xin Khoản vay Thảm họa SBA Trong các thảm họa được Tổng thống công bố, các chủ doanh nghiệp và cư dân có thể bắt đầu quá trình nộp hồ sơ về thảm họa bằng cách đăng ký trực tuyến với Cơ quan Quản lý Khẩn cấp Liên bang (Federal Emergency Management Agency) tại địa chỉ www.disasterassistance.gov, hoặc bằng cách gọi FEMA theo số 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA) (1-800-462-7585 dành cho người khiếm thính và khó nghe).
Documents for prospective employees to complete
Monthly Recovery Newsletter filled with information and resources designed to help survivors recover from the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
As part of response and recovery efforts following a disaster, and in accordance with the Robert T.
Stafford Act, FEMA’s goal is to seek local companies within the disaster area for goods and services
related to a specific disaster when practical and feasible.
FEMA is Now Hiring Local Employees in the Austin Area.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
1309 Rutherford Lane, Austin, TX 78753
FEMA Individual Assistance Can Help You Recover (English):
How to apply for Disaster Assistance
What you should know before you apply
How can FEMA help you?
Other Needs Assistance
Elegibility Criteria for Housing and Other Needs Assistance
Additional FEMA assitance programs
Partner Agency Assistance
Cómo la asistencia individual de FEMA puede ayudar en la recuperación (Spanish):
Cómo puede solicitar asistencia
Qué debe saber antes de solicitar
Cómo FEMA puede ayudarlo
Asistencia de Vivienda
Asistencia para Otras Necesidades
Criterios de elegibilidad para asistencia de vivienda y de otras necesidades
Programas adicionales de asistencia de FEMA
Asistencia de agencias aliadas
Addressing Common Misunderstandings about the NFIP Claims Process Post Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria
There is a high-level of concern surrounding common misunderstandings of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in post-disaster areas. The program is tracking and combatting common misunderstandings about the NFIP claims process.
Information for Communities and Survivors Recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
This Business Continuity and Preparedness Guide will help businesses develop a plan to safeguard your enterprise.
The Direct Housing mission for Hurricane Harvey survivors is being administered by the State and implemented by local jurisdictions. With the federal government’s financial support, Texas is leading the way with housing solutions to meet the needs of impacted communities.
Step 3 in the Permanent Housing Checklist
Hurricane Harvey: Partnerships and Progress, County Infographics
All totals as of Jan 22, 2018