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A power point presentation that will help you understand the general idea of the support that FEMA can provide to you.

A power point presentation that will help you understand the general idea of the support that FEMA can provide to you.

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  • 1. Help after a disaster. Applicant´s guide to the individuals & households program. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (2008).
  • 2. Photograph by Master Sgt. Mark Olsen/U.S. Air Force
  • 3. Introduction For disaster‐specific questions, it is always best to visit our website at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or contact the FEMA Helpline at 1‐800‐621‐FEMA (TTY 1‐800‐462‐7585 for the hearing impaired). FEMA’s programs are designed to help meet essential needs and assist individuals and their households in taking the first steps toward recovery. FEMA programs are not intended to return all homes or belongings to their pre‐disaster condition. Follow FEMA online at www.fema.gov/blog, www.twitter.com/fema, www.facebo ok.com/fema, and www.youtube.com/fema.
  • 4. Waves crash into a pier in Nags Head, N.C., Oct. 27, 2012. (Gerry Broome/AP)
  • 5. PURPOSE: When disasters take place, the Individuals and Households Program (IHP) provides money and services to people in the disaster area when losses are not covered by insurance and property has been damaged or destroyed. This program guide provides information that will help you understand IHP and explains how to apply. You must meet specific eligibility conditions to qualify for help. IHP is designed to help you with critical expenses that cannot be covered in other ways
  • 6. LIMITATIONS: IHP will not cover all of your losses from damage to your property (home, personal property, household goods) that resulted from the disaster. IHP is not intended to restore your damaged property to its condition before the disaster. In some cases, IHP may only provide enough money, up to the program limits, for you to return an item to service. IHP does not cover business‐related losses that resulted from the disaster. By law, IHP cannot provide money to you for losses that are covered by your insurance.
  • 7. CNBC. (2012).
  • 8. Assitance. Temporary Housing (a place to live for a limited period of time). Repair: Money is available to homeowners to repair damage from the disaster that is not covered by insurance. Replacement: Money is available to homeowners to replace their home destroyed in the disaster that is not covered by insurance. Permanent/Semi Permanent Housing Construction: Direct assistance or money for the construction of a home. Other Needs: Money is available for necessary expenses and serious needs caused by the disaster
  • 9. The remnants of a roller coast sits in the surf three days after Hurricane Sandy came ashorein Seaside Heights, New Jersey November 1, 2012. (STEVE NESIUS/REUTERS)
  • 10. To be used by people in Presidentiallydeclared disaster areas: Apply online by visiting http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or by phone by calling 1‐800‐621‐FEMA (3362) (hearing/speech impaired ONLY—call 1‐800‐462‐7585). In addition to having a pen and paper, please have the following information ready:  Your Social Security Number.  A description of your losses that were caused by the disaster.  Insurance information.  Directions to your damaged property.  A telephone number where you can be contacted.
  • 11. When will I be contacted by aninspector? If you are uninsured or lack the appropriate insurance coverage, an inspector will call to schedule an appointment to visit your property. In some cases, you may be contacted the same day you apply. However, in most cases the inspector will call within the next several days, but usually no later than 10 days. The inspector will need to see your identification and you must provide proof of ownership (for homeowners) and occupancy to show the inspector. Inspectors file your report but do not determine your eligibility.
  • 12. Program Eligibility. To receive money or help for Housing Needs that are the result of a disaster, all of the following must be true:  You have filed for insurance benefits and the damage to your property is not covered by your insurance. You may be eligible for help from IHP to repair damage to your property.  You or someone who lives with you is a citizen of the United States, a non‐ citizen national, or a qualified alien.  Your home is in an area that has been declared a disaster area by the President.  The home in the disaster area is where you usually live the majority of the year.  You are not able to live in your home now, you cannot get to your home due to the disaster, or your home requires repairs because of damage from the disaster.
  • 13. English.Español.
  • 14. NASA. (2012).When something like this hits us… … there is no “little” that we can do.RT this slide share and use the hashtag #RestoreTheShore.
  • 15. APA References and Sources Disaster Asistance. (n.d.). Disaster Assistance. [Web page]. Recuperado el 4 de noviembre de 2012 de http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (2008). Help after a disaster. Applicant´s guide to the individuals & households program. [PDF document]. Recuperado el 4 de noviembre de 2012 de http://www.fema.gov/pdf/assistance/process/help_after_disaster_english.pdf The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (2008). Ayuda después de un desastre. Guía del solicitante para el Programa de Individuos y Familias [PDF document]. Recuperado el 4 de noviembre de 2012 de http://www.fema.gov/pdf/assistance/process/help_after_disaster_spanish.pdf The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (2008). Disaster Assistance Center. [Web page]. Recuperado el 4 de noviembre de 2012 de https://www.disasterassistance.gov/DAC/IsaacReceiver.do Olsen, M. (2012, Nov 02). Hurrican Sandy: Live storm reports. [Photo]. Businessweek. Recuperado el 3 de nov de 2012 de http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-10-30/new-york-airports-shuttered Stable ford, D. (Oct 28, 2012). Sandy: East Coast braces for epic hurricane, ‘life-threatening’ storm surge. [Log post]. Yahoo news. Recover the Nov 3, 2012 from http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/sandy-hurricane-east-coast-nyc-forecast-142549538.html Capehart, J. (Nov 2, 2012). Friday’s p-Op quiz: ‘Sandy’ edition. [Log post]. The Washington Post. Recuperado el 3 de noviembre de 2012 de http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post- partisan/post/fridays-p-op-quiz-sandy-edition/2012/11/01/161d4998-246f-11e2-ba29- 238a6ac36a08_blog.html CNBC (n.d.). Scenes from hurricane Sandy [Slideshow]. CNBC. Recuperado el 3 de Nov de 2012 de http://www.cnbc.com/id/49597213/Scenes_From_Hurricane_Sandy NASA. (2012). Suomi NPP Satellite Captures Detailed Imagery of Hurricane Sandy. [Photo]. Recovered on Nov 3, 2012 from https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+NASA/albums/5672405623980075985/5804738774562279298

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