Home Disaster Assistance…

If you Flooded on 8-11-2014 FEMA announced limited federal assistance for the victims all those effected go apply online without delay…



2 thoughts on “Home Disaster Assistance…”

  1. Did we ask FEMA for intake center in DH?

    FEMA Registration Intake Centers Open in Royal Oak

    As of Oct. 1, 2014, residents can talk to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives face-to-face in Royal Oak to get an understanding of the various programs FEMA has to offer and get help registering for assistance.

    Where: FEMA agents are set up at two locations in Royal Oak – The Salter Center (1545 E Lincoln Ave) and the Mahany/Meininger Center (3500 Marais Ave). FEMA reps plan to be at the Royal Oak Registration Intake Centers for three weeks (through Oct. 22, 2014).

    Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Checklist: To apply for assistance, you, your co-applicant or a minor in your home must be a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national or qualified alien. If you plan to register at the intake center, please visit http://www.disasterassistance.gov/disaster-assistance/application-checklist for an application checklist.

    Please note: Residents may also apply online at http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621FEMA(3362). You do not have to go to a FEMA Registration Intake Center to register.


  2. Flooding and sewer back-up are two different events, flooding is what comes from outside the structures, back- up is what comes from inside the structures pluming systems.

    Very important to understand who is responsible for what and who may pay for damages. If the structure have back-up insurance coverage than the claim for back-up damages go to them up to the amount of coverage and they will deal with who is responsible for the damages.

    Flood insurance are different from back-up coverage and may be required by the the mortgage provider to save-guard their investment in a structure located in a flood zone. Again the flood insurance will be responsible for the damages and they will deal with the responsible parties.

    If both flood and back-up accrued at the time then the two coverage will coordinate the process.

    Please ask and investigate your situation and coordinate with your insurance in every step if you have coverage. They are your first step in the process.

    God be with all victims of all disasters, and wishing them quick and sanitary recoveries.


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