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FEMA 10h
We have been supporting states in the Midwest following severe storms & flooding the past several weeks. For the latest information, follow & our state partners at
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National Weather Service 15h
With multiple rounds of heavy rain forecast through mid-week, Flash Flood watches are in effect from Kansas to New Jersey. Now, we don't need an excuse to put this jingle in your head, but we'll sure take one!
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Readygov 15h
is a great time to learn how to keep your community safe: ⛑️Get trained on how to potentially save a life 🙋‍♂️Volunteer with a Community Emergency Response Team to learn disaster response skills Learn more:
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners Jun 13
Take the NAIC's new interactive quiz, 💦. The quiz will give you a better understanding of flood insurance and your flood risk. 💧🌊
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners 18h
Is your go bag prepped in case a disaster strikes? What's in it? Join us, and Departments of Insurance tomorrow at 2p.m. ET for a Twitter chat. Find out which items are essential for your go bag in case a disaster strikes and more.
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FEMA Region 4 17h
“Preparedness starts with you.” Today we join meeting with local, state and federal officials to discuss how central Florida is getting ready for the 2019 . Learn more about how you can take action at
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Disaster Distress 17h
Pet owners need compassion and support when animal companions are lost to disaster. The national Disaster Distress Helpline can provide 24/7 emotional support: call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.
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National Weather Service 17h
Severe weather and the risk for flash flooding are possible later today for the OH River Valley and Mid-Atlantic with a stalled stationary front sitting over the region providing a focus for storm activity. Severe Wx is also possible in the Central and high plains later today.
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FEMA Region 2 20h
Webinar Alert! Flood insurance plays a central role in communities bouncing back from disasters. Please join us on June 25 from noon-1PM ET to learn about the costs of not being insured in this interactive webinar.
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National Weather Service Jun 15
Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail, isolated tornadoes, and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding are possible today from the South Plains to the Midwest and Ohio Valley. Significant winds may develop across portions of north Texas and central Oklahoma.
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FEMA Region 4 Jun 14
: Our Chief Executive of the National Flood Insurance Program David Maurstad recently spoke with to urge property owners & renters to protect their homes before a flood. To listen, visit:
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FEMA Region 6 Jun 14
Louisiana: today our regional disability integration specialist, along with the Director of ’s Office of Disability Integration & Coodination met with staff to discuss how to best assist people with disabilities before, during, and after disasters.
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FEMA Region 4 Jun 13
We are still in North Carolina working with state & local partners to support survivors. If you or someone you know is displaced by Florence or has other unmet needs, call 919-825-2378.
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FEMA Region 7 Jun 14
Damage assessments continue today in . We are working closely with , and other local partners to complete these PDAs as fast as possible. If you're in need of immediate assistance, call 2-1-1 or visit .
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FEMA Jun 14
Happy ! In the face of disaster, our nation's flag has always been a symbol of hope and resilience. 📷: Breezy Point, NYC 11/1/2012 - A FEMA worker surveys damage from a fire caused by a gas leak during Hurricane Sandy.
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FEMA Region 7 Jun 13
Aerial damage assessments continue across . As you return home, please remember flooded homes are hazards! Get a professional to check for loose wires, mold and hidden damage before re-entering! For more info visit .
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FEMA Region 8 Jun 13
The State of South Dakota and have opened disaster recovery centers (DRCs) in Pine Ridge and Yankton to offer in-person support to individuals and businesses impacted by the severe winter storms and flooding from mid-March to late April 2019.
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FEMA Region 4 Jun 13
After a disaster, restoring communications is vital to recovery. Communications officials from all levels of government & the private sector met this week to review plans for the 2019 , share best practices, & strengthen working relationships prior to a disaster.
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FEMA Grants Jun 13
Join today's webinar for updates and discussion on our Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) program, Thursday, June 13, 2pm-4pm, Eastern. See link, or call 1-800-320-4330 Code: 338559#
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FEMA Region 6 Jun 12
Arkansas: Our Disaster Assistance Teams are in affected counties talking with those impacted and discussing any potential assistance available to them.
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