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View the Disaster Multimedia Toolkit for social media and video content to help communicate about general disaster recovery.
This study reviews the implementation of the Disaster Recovery Reform Act (DRRA) Section 1206 Policy implemented after Hurricane Ida in Louisiana (DR-4611) and shares the lessons learned for future state, local, tribal, and territorial governments looking to implement this type of project.
Developed in response to Hurricane Ida in Louisiana, this guidance compares the two predominant construction foundation systems available in South Louisiana and provides greater detail regarding their costs, impacts, and advantages.
A reinforced plastic tarp can provide temporary protection for your roof if your home or building was damaged from severe weather, but installing one can pose several risks. This video highlights the steps you can take to safely install a roof tarp.
Los generadores energizados por gas pueden ser una buena fuente de energía eléctrica, pero también tiene riesgos. Saber cómo usar un generador de manera adecuada puede mantenerlo a usted y los miembros del hogar a salvo.
Since Hurricane Ida struck, 564,544 applications have been approved, putting more than $1.2 billion in the hands of survivors. Individual Assistance grants helped Louisianans clean up their homes, pay their bills, repair their vehicles, get reimbursed for generators, find temporary places to live, and much, much more.
52,176 households received grants totaling more than $363 million for home repairs (not covered by insurance)
194,184 households (49,760 owners and 144,424 renters) received temporary rental assistance, totaling more than $323 million.
735,968 households received grants for other disaster-related needs, totaling more than $480 million.
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