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Current Disasters

Disasters can come in many forms. FEMA responds to all declared domestic disasters and emergencies, whether natural or man-made.

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Take steps to prepare yourself and your family for weather hazards by visiting

Current Disaster Responses

FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance team talking to a survivor in St. Thomas

FEMA has thousands of staff deployed to disaster operations across the country and U.S. territories in response to requests for federal assistance.

FEMA maintains a cadre of more than 4,000 reservists to deploy to disaster zones, in addition to thousands of surge capacity force members from other federal agencies who can be called to respond if needed.

Find resources and current information, including how to apply for federal assistance, during these ongoing major disaster declarations.

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Find the most relevant information about disasters and emergency management by searching your location.

Additional Resources

Visit our Disaster Information page to learn about:

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Civil Rights for Disaster Survivors

As a disaster survivor, you have the right to fair treatment and equal access to FEMA relief and assistance. The Office of Civil Rights is here to support you by making sure civil rights laws are followed and equitable outcomes are achieved.