FEMA Individual Assistance

FEMA Individual Assistance

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Individual Assistance programs are loans and other resources of the federal government made available to individuals in the aftermath of a disaster. Typically FEMA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provide the bulk of the resources available.

Our Experience

Hagerty has more than a decade of experience managing FEMA Individual Assistance programs for clients. The expertise and the skills of our professionals have been gained by support to federal, state, and local governments following numerous significant disaster events.

  • Community service programs include programs such as crisis counseling, disaster employment assistance, disaster legal assistance, and disaster case management.
  • Housing resources includes the Alternative Housing Pilot Program, interim housing, and permanent housing. Additionally, Community Development Block Grants (CDBG-DR) in disaster regions, disaster housing assistance, mortgage assistance and more are available to those in the disaster region
  • Non-profits that accept donations for disaster victims
  • Databases that track the locations of shelters and where evacuees go or are sent

Hagerty has had tremendous success advocating for victims of recent disasters including 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and Hurricane Sandy. Read about those successes here and here. We can advocate for you to benefit from FEMA Individual Assistance programs, too.

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