Recovering from a disaster, natural or otherwise, is often more traumatic than the event itself. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), assistance may be available to those who suffer damage, regardless of income. The following resources are designed to guide people to the appropriate federal, state and local agencies for both immediate and long-term assistance.
Disaster Assistance available from FEMA:
Disaster assistance available from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA):
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) disaster relief for individuals and businesses:
Additional useful information:
Please open the attachments below to access the forms.
|Connecticut Severe Storm and Flooding Victims Eligible for Tax Relief from IRS.doc||30 KB|
|Home Repair Scam Info.doc||132.5 KB|
|FEMA TEAMS OFFER HOME REPAIR ADVICE AT LOCAL STORES.doc||101 KB|
|FEMA disaster Recovery Center Opens in Norwalk.doc||289 KB|
|FEMA FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DISASTER ASSISTANCE.doc||99.5 KB|
|SBA Disaster News-Assistance for Non-Profit Organizations.doc||50.5 KB|
|SBA Fact Sheet Including Loan Details.pdf||84.02 KB|
|Hazard Mitigation Handout and Regional Contacts .pdf||285.31 KB|
|FEMA FLOODING CREATES OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOLD.doc||93.5 KB|