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FEMA hosts virtual and in-person events to provide training, assist disaster survivors, share hiring opportunities, and promote other activities related to helping people before, during and after disasters.

Past Events

During this webinar, Ryan Janda, Hazard Mitigation Assistance Non-Disaster Grants Implementation Branch Chief, will lead a federal panel discussion on the importance of partnerships for FEMA's grant programs.

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FEMA released an updated version of “Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101: Developing and Maintaining Emergency Operations Plans.” FEMA will host a series of 60-minute webinar sessions to discuss the update and key changes to CPG 101 with whole community partners.

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Join the Resilient Nation Partnership Network, FEMA, NASA, and leaders across resilience, climate, and equity as we promote climate action throughout October. The four-week event will host opportunities for partners to engage with industry peers and identify future collaborative opportunities to advance climate action within our work to create a more resilient nation.

Disaster survivors who are rebuilding and repairing their homes after Hurricane Ida can visit Melaco Sisters Hardware & Supplies to speak with FEMA mitigation specialists about their damage and discuss how best to repair their homes.

Survivors in Louisiana who are rebuilding or repairing their homes after Hurricane Ida can visit a local home improvement store to speak with FEMA representatives about steps they can take to make their homes safer, stronger and more resilient.