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FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Facebook Page Statistics

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3.80 M

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163

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23,332


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  • North Carolina: It’s been six months since Hurricane Florence made landfall last September. As survivors and communities continue to recover, we’re recognizing the incredible teamwork of the men and women who risked their lives during the first days of the response. This video highlights some of their efforts during the storm and the delivery of emergency food and water to Wilmington while the city was cut off.

If you were affected by Florence, continue to stay in touch with FEMA by calling 1-800-621-3362. You can also call 2-1-1 for help with basic unmet needs. For assistance with Disaster Case Management, please email DCMNC@Endeavors.org or call one of the two offices: (910) 672-6175; (910) 378-4913.

North Carolina is making a strong comeback. For more updates about progress made over the last six months and how survivors can still get help, visit https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2019/03/04/six-month-mark-florence-recovery-moving-ahead.

      

  • We are supporting the Southeastern states as they assess the impacts of recent severe weather and tornadoes. 

You can follow Alabama Emergency Management Agency and Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency for the latest updates. 

If you were affected by the storms yesterday:

🔹 Follow directions from local officials to know when areas are safe and how to report damage.
🔹 Check in with loved ones using text or social media, to keep phone lines clear for emergencies.
🔹 Visit SafeAndWell.org to report yourself safe.

      

  • 2019 Youth Preparedness Council Application

      

  • "The critical decisions, the most important life-saving decisions are those made in the first few minutes and hours [after a nuclear detonation]". 

While we hope to never have to face this type of disaster, many people—including Brooke Buddemeier in this latest #PrepTalks video—have worked to determine how citizens and responders can take action to save lives in case one happens.

➡️ Find more information on being prepared for a nuclear detonation at fema.gov/preptalks/buddemeier.

Closed captions are available by enabling them in the video player here. The video can also be viewed along with a transcript at https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/videos/177377.

More PrepTalks will be released in coming months. PrepTalks are possible through our partnership with the International Association of Emergency Managers, the National Emergency Management Association, the National Homeland Security Consortium, and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Security.

      

  • Alaska: Do you or someone you know need help appealing a determination letter? Call 800-621-3362 (Voice/VP/711). Help is available in most languages. TTY users may call 800-462-7585. Lines are open from 7AM to 10PM local time.

You can also visit a disaster recovery center. All recovery centers offer accommodations to meet the needs of the entire community including people with disabilities. Centers are equipped with captioned phones, video remote interpreting and assistive listening devices, as well as printed information in alternative formats. 

If you need an accommodation or assistance due to a disability, notify FEMA staff at the time of registration or anytime during the assistance process. In-person ASL Interpreters are also available on request.

To find a center visit www.fema.gov/DRC.

      

  • Registration Deadline for California Wildfires (1/2019)

      

  • 1/16/19 Mitigation Outreach in California

      

  • Here's a snapshot of some of the response efforts to date for the Camp, Hill, and Woolsey fires in California. We're continuing to work every day with  Cal OES and our local partners to address needs like housing in the affected areas. 

For more information, visit fema.gov/disaster/4407.

      

  • Flooding after Fire: Protect Your Home

      

  • Accessibility Help for Hurricane Michael Survivors in Florida Applying for Disaster Assistance

      

  • Hurricane Michael Georgia Registration Deadline

      

  • California Wildfires Update: 12/11/18

      

North Carolina: It’s been six months since Hurricane Florence made landfall last September. As survivors and communities continue to recover, we’re recognizing the incredible teamwork of the men and women who risked their lives during the first days of the response. This video highlights some of their efforts during the storm and the delivery of emergency food and water to Wilmington while the city was cut off. If you were affected by Florence, continue to stay in touch with FEMA by calling 1-800-621-3362. You can also call 2-1-1 for help with basic unmet needs. For assistance with Disaster Case Management, please email DCMNC@Endeavors.org or call one of the two offices: (910) 672-6175; (910) 378-4913. North Carolina is making a strong comeback. For more updates about progress made over the last six months and how survivors can still get help, visit https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2019/03/04/six-month-mark-florence-recovery-moving-ahead.

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