FEMA approves $150 million in grants for thousands of Florida households

DOLLARS WORTH OF GRANT MONEY WILL HELP HUNDRED THOUSAND FAMILIES TO RECOVER. GRANTS CAN BE USED TO COVER THE COST OF TEMPORARY HOUSING, HOME REPAIRS AND OTHER DISASTER-RELATED EXPENSES. AND FOR PEOPLE WHOSE BUSINESSES HAVE BEEN IMPACTED. THE US SMALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION IS OFFERING DISASTER LOANS TO ALL CENTRAL FLORIDA COUNTIES. THE SBA HAS ALREADY APPROV

FEMA approves $150 million in grants for thousands of Florida households

After Hurricane Ian struck Florida, bringing flooding and damage to homes across the state, FEMA is continuing to assist residents. According to FEMA, they’ve approved $150 million in grants to assist about 101,705 Florida households in recovering from the hurricane’s impacts. Included in those grants are about $72 million toward housing assistance and $78 million for additional expenses, FEMA said. Critical Needs Assistance, a $700 one-time payment, has also been approved to assist anyone with urgent needs following the hurricane. Counties, such as Orange County, are opening FEMA disaster recovery centers.The FEMA DRC is scheduled to open Sunday at Barnett Park in Orlando. Each day, the center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm for residents to get information on FEMA Individual Assistance. More information on hurricane recovery efforts can be found on FEMA’s website.Below: How to apply for FEMA aid if you were impacted by Hurricane Ian

After Hurricane Ian struck Florida, bringing flooding and damage to homes across the state, FEMA is continuing to assist residents.

According to FEMA, they’ve approved $150 million in grants to assist about 101,705 Florida households in recovering from the hurricane’s impacts.

Included in those grants are about $72 million toward housing assistance and $78 million for additional expenses, FEMA said.

Critical Needs Assistance, a $700 one-time payment, has also been approved to assist anyone with urgent needs following the hurricane.

Counties, such as Orange County, are opening FEMA disaster recovery centers.

The FEMA DRC is scheduled to open Sunday at Barnett Park in Orlando.

Each day, the center will be open from 9 am to 6 pm for residents to get information on FEMA Individual Assistance.

More information on hurricane recovery efforts can be found on FEMA’s website.

Below: How to apply for FEMA aid if you were impacted by Hurricane Ian


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