FEMA Corps Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) members Hayley Taylor and Peridot Rogers-Laston speak with a tornado survivor in Moore, Oklahoma, in 2013. FEMA teams do door-to-door outreach to find survivors who need help. They encourage them to register, and can do on-site registration for FEMA Individual Assistance.
FEMA Corps Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) members Hayley Taylor and Peridot Rogers-Laston speak with a tornado survivor in Moore, Oklahoma, in 2013. FEMA teams do door-to-door outreach to find survivors who need help. They encourage them to register, and can do on-site registration for FEMA Individual Assistance. George Armstrong FEMA file photo
FEMA Corps Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) members Hayley Taylor and Peridot Rogers-Laston speak with a tornado survivor in Moore, Oklahoma, in 2013. FEMA teams do door-to-door outreach to find survivors who need help. They encourage them to register, and can do on-site registration for FEMA Individual Assistance. George Armstrong FEMA file photo

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