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June 10, 2021 Kentucky Storms Recovery Update in Spanish

June 10, 2021 Kentucky Storms Recovery Update (Spanish)

June 10, 2021 Kentucky Storms Recovery Update

June 10, 2021 Kentucky Storms Recovery Update

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Exercise Starter Kit Preparedness in a Pandemic 2021 Fact Sheet

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High Hazard Potential Dams Grant Program and Mitigation Planning Requirements PowerPoint

This powerpoint summarizes the eligibility requirements for the 2021 Notice of Funding Opportunity for the Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams Grant Program.

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High Hazard Potential Dam Rehabilitation Grant Program Webinar 2021 Grant Program Risk-based Eligibility Matrix

 Zane Hadzick hosts a virtual Speaker’s Bureau engagement with the Upper North Neighbors Association to inform its members about the COVID-19 vaccination process.

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Caption: Zane Hadzick hosts a virtual Speaker’s Bureau engagement with the Upper North Neighbors Association to inform its members about the COVID-19 vaccination process. (Photo by Amanda Garzio-Hadzick/FEMA)

FEMA’s Zane Hadzick presents at a Speaker’s Bureau meeting with Northwood Civic Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to assist them in completing the City’s COVID-19 vaccine interest forms.

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Caption: FEMA’s Zane Hadzick presents at a Speaker’s Bureau meeting with Northwood Civic Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to assist them in completing the City’s COVID-19 vaccine interest forms. (Photo by Melissa Wiehenstroer/FEMA)

Maggie Dunn speaks with a SEPTA employee while canvassing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA and FEMA partnered to provide free transit passes to residents for whom transportation may be a barrier to accessing the community vaccination clinics.

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Caption: Maggie Dunn speaks with a SEPTA employee while canvassing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA and FEMA partnered to provide free transit passes to residents for whom transportation may be a barrier to accessing the community vaccination clinics. (Photo by Charlie Elison/FEMA)

FEMA Disability Integration Specialist PJ Mattiacci and Civil Rights Advisor Yoel Lemus lent valuable perspective to the Philadelphia CVC assessment and community need considerations process. Mattiacci, a native Philadelphian, has a deep understanding of Philadelphia’s deaf community, while Lemus, a civil rights attorney, ensured immigrant and non-English speaking communities would have equal access to vaccine opportunities.

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Caption: FEMA Disability Integration Specialist PJ Mattiacci and Civil Rights Advisor Yoel Lemus lent valuable perspective to the Philadelphia CVC assessment and community need considerations process. Mattiacci, a native Philadelphian, has a deep understanding of Philadelphia’s deaf community, while Lemus, a civil rights attorney, ensured immigrant and non-English speaking communities would have equal access to vaccine opportunities. (Photo by Charlie Elison/FEMA)

Charlie Elison, FEMA, leads a Trusted Messenger tour of the CCVC with clinicians from Miriam Medical Clinics, a North Philadelphia-based primary care community medicine practice. Primary care provider partnerships were integral in support of vaccination outreach.

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Photo: Charlie Elison, FEMA, leads a Trusted Messenger tour of the CCVC with clinicians from Miriam Medical Clinics, a North Philadelphia-based primary care community medicine practice. Primary care provider partnerships were integral in support of vaccination outreach. (Photo by Rossy Rey-Berrios/FEMA)