Recovery and Resilience Resource Library

FEMA developed the Recovery and Resilience Resource Library in collaboration with our federal interagency partners to navigate the numerous programs available to the United States and its territories to help recover from a disaster.

The resources are intended for state, local, territorial and tribal (SLTT) governments, as well as nonprofits, businesses, healthcare institutions, schools, individuals and households. The tool helps users to find and research federal disaster recovery resources that would be beneficial in pre-disaster recovery planning or in the wake of a disaster.

Resources provided are for informational purposes only and are compiled with publicly available information. Please directly consult the provider of a potential resource for current program information and to verify the applicability and requirements of a particular program. When you go to another website you are subject to its privacy policies. FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies, or applications.

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Search by keyword, or filter by eligibility, beneficiary, topic area and/or resource type. Click the title to see a brief description and a direct link to the program.

To obtain additional information regarding each resource, please visit the associated resource link.

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AmeriCorps (94.006)


Engage Americans of all ages and backgrounds in service to meet community needs including projects in education, the environment, public safety, homeland security, and other critical areas (including disaster services).

AmeriCorps Indian Tribes Grants (94.006)


AmeriCorps Indian Tribes Grants provide funding to engage AmeriCorps members in evidence-based or evidence-informed interventions to strengthen communities.

AmeriCorps State & National Grants (94.006)


AmeriCorps awards grants to organizations to implement programs that utilize AmeriCorps members to engage in evidence-based or evidence-informed interventions to strengthen rural and urban communities.

AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC): Sponsor a Team


The teams complete a variety of service projects, which are generally 3 to 13 weeks in duration, and respond to local communities’ needs throughout the United States and territories.

AmeriCorps Volunteers In Service To America Program (VISTA)


AmeriCorps VISTA members serve as a catalyst for change, living and working alongside community members to meet our nation’s most pressing challenges and advance local solutions.

AmeriCorps State & National Grants: Become a Grantee


AmeriCorps State and National engages in strategic grantmaking to support organizations that see service as a solution to local and national challenges.

Investments Supporting Partnerships In Recovery Ecosystems Initiative

Appalachian Regional Commission

Funding to assist in moving individuals in the Appalachian region from substance abuse treatment to recovery to employment, with a focus on support services that enable and support individual successful entry or reentry into the workforce.

Partnerships for Opportunity & Workforce & Economic Revitalization (POWER)

Appalachian Regional Commission

For workforce & economic revitalization activities in communities/regions affected by coal job losses.

Continuing Authorities Program (CAP)

Army Corps of Engineers - Beach Erosion Control Projects

Collection of water resource authorities issued under several different laws. Congress delegated its authority to approve certain projects; up to specified dollar amounts (subject to availability of funds) to the Chief of Engineers.

Tribal Partnership Program

Army Corps of Engineers - Civil Works Program

Provides an opportunity to study typical problems and opportunities related to: flood risk management; ecosystem restoration and protection; the preservation of cultural and natural resources; and watershed assessments and planning activities.