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Alaska Div of Homeland Security & Emergency Management serves to protect Alaska -- its citizens, its visitors, and its vital interests -- against all hazards.
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 19
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 19
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 19
SBA Loans are an important tool for survivors. Please apply for an SBA loan to be considered for additional assistance.
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 19
FEMA mitigation specialists and disaster survivor assistance teams are out talking about how to rebuild stronger and helping survivors apply for assistance via
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 19
Today's snow in Southcentral Alaska has setback the notion that we are experiencing an early spring. However, our warmer than normal temperatures have exposed earthquake damages that were hidden during the winter months. Deadline to apply for federal assistance is May 31st
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 17
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FEMA Region 10 Apr 16
Alaskans: Need help registering for November 30 aid or have questions about the federal disaster assistance process? Meet one-on-one with representatives at a disaster recovery center. Stop by a location below. ⬇️
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 16
The disaster assistance process is complicated! To take full advantage of state and federal disaster recovery programs applicants must work through the process in a specific order. Visit for additional disaster recovery info.
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Alaska DHS&EM Apr 9
The statewide portion of Alaska Shield 2019 will begin tomorrow. Follow exercise events at .
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NEMA Mar 31
Mike Sutton from explains how earthquake planning impacts kids in a classroom. Be impressed with us
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FEMA Region 10 Mar 27
Alaskans: If you are feeling stressed, nervous, or sad after the November 30 earthquake, there are a variety of resources available to help you cope. Find more info below.
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 28
If you live, work, or play on the coast, be prepared and stay safe! Learn more about tsunamis and tsunami safety.
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 28
Need one-on-one help navigating through the federal disaster assistance process? FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers are available if you were impacted by the Nov. . You can find Alaska locations at .
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FEMA Region 10 Mar 27
Alaskans: Get one-on-one assistance at a disaster recovery center. Free legal advice for Nov 30 disaster-related issues is available at Spenard Community Recreation Center on Thursdays & Saturdays through March 30.
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 27
It’s Tsunami Awareness Week in Alaska. Our tsunami warning exercise is underway in the state emergency operations center.
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KTUU.com Mar 25
"The spring thaw may uncover earthquake damage to southcentral homes that had previously gone undetected, or will be exacerbated by thawing ground." MORE:
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 26
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 22
Help Available for Alaskans Feeling Stress of Earthquake Aftershocks- To reach Alaska Careline, a free, confidential crisis and support hotline, call 877-266-4357 (HELP) 24 hours per day/seven days per week, or text 4help to 839863. Text line is open Tuesday-Saturday, 3pm to 11pm
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 22
Earthquake survivors- Do you need face to face help with the assistance process or help filing an appeal? Resources are available!
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Alaska DHS&EM Mar 22
Mitigation March continues! It's important for everyone to prepare for future events while we continue recovery from the November earthquake.
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