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Recovery Resources

State, local, tribal and territorial government officials are primarily responsible for managing disaster recovery in their communities. Identifying and managing resources can be a significant burden to local governments, who often do not know where to start.

These resources provide a starting point for local officials to begin and maintain whole community recovery.

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On Jan. 24, 2023, FEMA released the second version of the Roadmap to Federal Resources for Disaster Recovery Web Tool to help partners at all levels of government, nonprofit organizations, individual survivors, and other interested parties navigate the complex post-disaster federal funding landscape.

Who are the resources intended to serve?

Recovery Roadmap

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Individuals, government officials, non-government organizations who are overwhelmed by too many resources, and are looking for targeted, curated list of federal funding resources.

  • This tool provides:
    Targeted, curated list of federal funding resources.
  • Sample:
    Choose eligibility > topic > recovery challenge (e.g. damage to schools)

Go to "Recovery Roadmap"

Community Recovery Management Toolkit

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Local officials and leaders needing guidance on HOW to manage recovery, are tasked with managing disaster recovery and don’t know where to start.

  • This tool provides:
    Curated list of specific resources targeted at building capacity of agencies and leaders managing disaster recovery.
  • Sample:
    Filter by "recovery management category," "resource type" and/or "topic"

Go to "Community Recovery Management Toolkit"

Recovery & Resilience Resource Library

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Someone looking for specific resources and have an idea of what types of resources they need.

  • This tool provides:
    Complete list of financial, technical support, information or material resources from federal sources.
  • Sample:
    Filter by "topic," "eligibility," "intended beneficiary," "resource type" and/or "keyword"

Go to "Recovery & Resilience Resource Library"