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作为伊恩飓风和尼科尔飓风之后联邦灾难援助的一部分,FEMA已经批准7644户家庭购买为期三年的团体洪水保险。
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几周前,你申请了联邦灾情援助。FEMA的回应信中列出了你符合和不符合的援助类型。仔细阅读这封信以了解FEMA的决定,并了解如果你不同意,如何上诉。很多时候,FEMA只需要一份文件或其它信息推动你的申请。
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FEMA和佛罗里达州正在李县开设另一个灾难恢复中心,以协助伊恩飓风幸存者,地点如下:
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在宣布伊恩飓风为重大灾害后不到四个月,拜登-哈里斯政府已经为佛罗里达居民提供了52亿美元的财政援助、灾害贷款和洪水保险。
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FEMA继续在整个佛罗里达州西南部安排公开的公共论坛,向飓风幸存者介绍现有的州和联邦灾后恢复计划。在过去的三个月里,FEMA在20个县的范围内支持了100多次社区会议,在这些会议上,主题专家可以讨论各种方案、国家举措、灾害援助、社区资源和最新情况。 这些公共活动一直是人们了解如何最好地准备下一场风暴的一种方式,得到有关国家洪水保险计划问题的答案,并澄清有关从个人住所清除风暴过后留下的垃圾的困惑。
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American Sign Language Interpreters provide recovery information for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community

FORT MYERS, Fla. – American Sign Language Interpreters provide recovery information for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community members at an event in Fort Myers. (FEMA photo by Austin Boone)

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FEMA Hazard Mitigation Event for Hurricane Ian survivors

FORT MYERS, Fla. – FEMA Hazard Mitigation specialists speak with residents about how to rebuild stronger against future storms. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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Hurricane Ian Disaster Recovery Center in Englewood, FL

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – A Disaster Recovery Center has representatives from FEMA, State of Florida, SBA and other agencies to help disaster survivors. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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Hurricane Ian survivors visiting a Disaster Recovery Center in Collier County

NAPLES, Fla. –Residents visit a Disaster Recovery Center in Collier County at Veterans Community Park. Local, state and federal agencies are on site to help survivors affected by Hurricane Ian. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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FEMA specialist at the United Haitian Church

FORT MYERS, Fla. – A FEMA specialist provides information to members of the United Haitian Church. (FEMA photo by Chrissy Gonsalves)

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FEMA specialists at a Disaster Recovery Center helping Hurricane Ian survivors

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Hurricane Ian survivors receive one-on-one help from FEMA specialists at a Disaster Recovery Center. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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FEMA and other agency partners at First Presbyterian Church

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. – Hurricane Ian survivors hear from FEMA and other agency partners about important recovery information at the First Presbyterian Church. (FEMA photo by Chrissy Gonsalves)

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FEMA specialists help Hurricane Ian survivors apply for assistance

SANFORD, Fla. – FEMA specialists help Hurricane Ian survivors apply for assistance at the Midway Safe Harbor Center. (FEMA photo by Bob Kaufmann)

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A Disaster Survivor Assistance team member helps a Hurricane Ian survivor

FORT MYERS, Fla. – A Disaster Survivor Assistance team member helps a Hurricane Ian survivor apply for assistance. (FEMA photo by Austin Boone)

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Disaster Survivor Assistance team members speak with local residents

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Disaster Survivor Assistance team members speak with local residents in neighborhoods impacted by Hurricane Ian and provide information about how to apply for federal assistance following Hurricane Ian. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)