Find helpful resources on issues you may experience before, during and after a disaster.
Learn how you can get money from FEMA to help you recover after a disaster.
Individuals with disabilities face greater issues in a disaster. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides many services.
Help is available to you after a disaster, often immediately. Always check for resources specific to your state, territory, or area in addition to checking the options provided on this page.
Learn about the laws that can help you with housing-related problems, financial issues, and other challenges you may face following a disaster.
Many homeowners and renters who want federal aid for damage to personal property are required to apply for a Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster loan. Find out why. Learn how to apply. And see how SBA disaster loans also support businesses and nonprofits.
If your house was damaged or you were injured in a disaster, you can apply for different types of assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other agencies.
It’s common for documents to be lost or damaged in a disaster — and very important to replace them. Find out how to get the ones you need for disaster aid applications, insurance claims, housing issues, health care, and more.
The FEMA Application Deadline is always 60 days after the disaster declaration and the deadline for an appeal of FEMA’s decision letter is 60 days after the determination letter.FEMA Assistance for Disaster Survivors