Welcome to DisasterAssistance.gov

September is National Preparedness Month.

Does your family know what to do during a disaster? Do you have an emergency kit? Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.

Learn how to prepare yourself and how to help others. Get tips and tools on different preparedness themes each week at Ready.gov or #NatlPrep. Then take action and join in the activities for America’s PrepareAthon! on September 30th!

Please enter your full address to see if your area has been declared for Individual Assistance.
Enter your full address to see if your area has been declared for Individual Assistance:
 

Find Local Resources

To find help for your immediate needs, please enter an address to get a list of the closest FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) and Red Cross units, starting with the closest three.

If no resource is close to you, contact your state’s emergency management agency to ask about other resources, or to get your county’s contacts. To find your closest hospital, use the U.S. Hospital Finder.

Do you need help for a business, local government, or community? If so, you may want to view our Other Recovery Help page. There you can find other resources not just for individuals, but also offered for each of these.

 

Currently Declared Disasters

Highlighted states indicate a disaster declared for Individual Assistance within the last 12 months. Select a state to see if your county is in a declared area.

Individual Assistance may offer help under one or more of the following: Individuals & Households Program (IHP), Housing Assistance (HA), or Other Needs Assistance (ONA).

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