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How Do I Find a Place to Stay? | www.fema.gov
with emergency shelters. For longer term housing needs after a disaster FEMA may assist with several types of assistance. Short Term Shelter For immediate housing needs, the American Red Cross...
Emergency Shelter Grants Program - HUD Exchange | www.hudexchange.info
Emergency Shelter Grants Program The HEARTH Act revised the Emergency Shelter Grants Program to create the Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program . The Emergency Shelter Grants provided funds under...
Shelter | www.ready.gov
a 24-hour safety watch. During extended periods of sheltering, you will need to manage water and food supplies to ensure you and your family have the required supplies and quantities. Read more about...
Transitional Sheltering Assistance | www.fema.gov
disaster primary residence. The intent of TSA is to provide temporary sheltering for survivors as they transition from emergency shelters to temporary or permanent housing solutions. FEMA may provide TSA...
Rural Housing Service | www.rd.usda.gov
Skip to main content Rural Housing Service Breadcrumb Home About RD Agencies Rural Housing Service Agency Contact Home Loan Customers Contact: (800) 414-1226 Administrator's Office (202) 692-0268...
Overview | nationalresourcenetwork.org
invest in small businesses and grow employment. read more Community Development + Housing Many economically challenged cities struggle with affordable housing, neighborhood decline, vacancy and a lack...
Strategic and Operational Planning | www.fema.gov
to improve resilience to power outages, integrate plans, and prioritize assistance during a power outage. Planning Considerations: Evacuation and Shelter-in-Place Evacuation and shelter-in-place...
Winter Storm Preparedness | Safety Tips | www.redcross.org
impeded by fencing or other barriers. You may not be able to get to them in time to relocate them in the event of flooding. - Ensure that any outbuildings that house or shelter animals can withstand...
Pet Disaster Preparedness & Recovery | www.redcross.org
for your pet. Make an evacuation plan for you and your pets. Many hotels and shelters do not accept animal guests, other than service animals. Assemble an Emergency Kit for Your Pet Keep items...
Ready Responder | www.ready.gov
Ready Responder Get Informed Know what disasters could affect your area, which could call for an evacuation and when to shelter in place. Keep a NOAA Weather Radio tuned to your local emergency...