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FEMA Region 4 15h
Disaster Recovery Centers are opening in North Carolina, where you can meet one-on-one with us, state representatives, & other partners to discuss your recovery. For more info, visit:
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FEMA Region 4 18h
If you have flood insurance and are submitting a claim, you’re responsible for minimizing the growth & spread of mold. Here are some tips from for managing mold.
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NC Emergency Managem 19h
The Division of Employment Security (DES) has started accepting applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance from residents who are or may become unemployed due to Hurricane Florence. You can file online or call 1-866-795-8877.
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FEMA Region 4 Sep 22
Before you begin clean up, document any flood damage or loss using photos and videos. This will help you as you go through the insurance claims process.
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NC Emergency Managem 21h
If you evacuated during , wait until local officials have declared the area safe before returning home. Visit local governments' websites or social media accounts for up to date info. You can also find instructions on debris removal on county sites.
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FEMA 22h
Hi James, to apply for disaster assistance, call 800-621-3362 or visit .
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FEMA Sep 21
Replying to @AyeeVannaa
Dillon County is now eligible for Individual Assistance. You can visit to register, or call 800-621-3362. There are also many different sources of help after a disaster- you can call 211 to get connected with local orgs for immediate needs.
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HHS.gov Sep 20
After flooding from , mold may be growing in your home, and may be a health risk for your family. This guide can help you quickly and safely clean up:
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FEMA Sep 21
If you have property damaged by , you can start the recovery process once it's safe to do so. Document your damage with photos & videos first, then begin cleaning up by removing flood-damaged materials like sheetrock, flooring, and carpet.
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FEMA Sep 21
Flood insurance policyholders affected by : file a claim as soon as possible. Call your agent to file a claim, document all damages before cleanup, and work with your adjuster. More info: .
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FEMA Sep 21
Replying to @thawk654
Hi, the best way to find out what assistance is available is to visit or call 800-621-3362. By applying for assistance, you'll be able to get information about what sources of help can address your specific needs.
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CDC Environment Sep 21
How a reacts and the common signs of distress can vary according to the child’s age, previous experiences, and how the child typically copes with .
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USCGSoutheast Sep 21
Strike Teams continue to assist residents in , , as floodwaters rise as a result of . Download imagery here:
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FEMA Region 4 Sep 21
There are many sources of help after a disaster, from community organizations to federal agencies. can help you check what types of assistance may be available to meet your needs.
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FEMA Sep 21
Replying to @fema
Tips on returning home safely: 📱Call or text someone when you leave & when you arrive. Text may work when calls do not. 💧Pack your car with supplies like water & food in case of traffic. 🏠Be prepared to return to a possibly damaged home.
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SCDHEC Sep 20
Concerns about indoor are common after severe weather events. DHEC has compiled the following recommendations to guide decisions regarding mold in homes and workplaces. English: Spanish: Portuguese:
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FEMA Sep 21
Replying to @fema
As you check your property after , document any damage or loss with photos and videos before starting to clean up. This will help you as you go through the homeowner’s and flood insurance claims process.
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FEMA Sep 21
If you were affected by and have flood insurance, file a claim ASAP. Start by calling your agent to file a claim. You can ask about an advance payment to help kickstart the recovery process. More info:
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SC Dept of Insurance Sep 20
Home repair fraud is common after a natural disaster. Don’t become a victim; learn what you can do to protect yourself. Visit to learn more.
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FEMA Sep 21
Unfortunately, scam artists often appear after disasters like . FEMA reps will always have ID. Be wary of calls asking for personal information. If you suspect fraud, report it by calling the Disaster Fraud Hotline at (866) 720-5721 or email disaster@leo.gov.
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