Jacksonville, nearby counties can begin applying for FEMA aid

Jacksonville, nearby counties can begin applying for FEMA aid

Jacksonville, nearby counties can begin applying for FEMA aid

Previously intended only for a chain of counties on Florida's southern gulf shore, the 21 counties receiving Individual Aid now include Polk, Flagler, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Osceola, and Orange counties.

Eligibility has been confirmed for residents of Marion County to receive assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

To dispel some of the false rumors circulating on the internet and social media, FEMA has a dedicated website to address some of the most common themes.

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As Northeast Florida begins to recover from Hurricane Irma, Congressman John Rutherford pointed residents to federal disaster relief programs that can help with recovery. Include the type of disaster (like flood, hurricane, or earthquake) and the type of dwelling or vehicle (like a condo, mobile home or house, or a auto or truck). FEMA urges applicants to note whether the home is safe to enter. Multi-Family Lease and Repair: This assistance allows FEMA to enter into lease agreements with owners of multi-family rental properties located in disaster areas and make repairs or improvements to provide temporary housing to disaster survivors.

Disaster recovery centers assist victims and other businesses, who are included in the Texas federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Harvey. FEMA IHP Other Needs Assistance is divided into two categories that are either dependent or non-dependent on the individual's or household's ability to qualify for a SBA disaster loan. Transportation Assistance: To fix or replace a vehicle damaged by a disaster and other transportation-related costs.

Pinellas is one of numerous counties eligible for federal funds following the issuance of a major disaster declaration September 10 by President Donald Trump. The federal assistance will not duplicate insurance payments. Learn more about the National Center for Disaster Fraud at www.justice.gov/disaster-fraud. This includes both local and state expenses.

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