FEMA's sequence of delivering aid

06/01/2008 11:22 AM

06/01/2014 12:03 PM

EMERGENCY PHASE

Local government voluntary agencies
Supply immediate food, shelther, clothing and medical assistance

RELIEF PHASE

Personal Insurance

FEMA Housing Assistance: For general questions about FEMA Housing Resources contact FEMA at 1-800-621-FEM.

 Temporary housing: Lodging, Rental, MH / TT

 Repairs: Up to $5,200

 Replacement: Up to $10,500

 Permanent housing construction: Financial or direct

This segment is for SBA dependent needs. Skip below for Non-SBA dependent.


SBA Disaster Loan: Applicants must complete the SBA loan application. If the loan is denied, the applicant becomes eligible for further assistance.

 Homeowners: Up to $200,000

 Personal property: Up to $40,000 (Renters and owners)

 Business: Up to $1,500,000

SBA loan denial or referral

Other Needs Assistance
SBA dependent

Combines assistance from Housing and Other Needs:

 Transportation (vehicle)

 Personal property

 Moving and storage

Start reading here for non-SBA dependent assistance


Other Needs Assistance
Non-SBA dependent

Combines assistance from Housing and Other Needs:

 Funeral

 Miscellaneous expenses

 Medical, dental

 Transportation (non-vehicle)

LONG TERM RECOVERY

Recovery support groups:

 Voluntary agencies

 Interfaith organizations

 Long term recovery committees

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