Post Disaster Housing Assistance
Post Disaster Housing Assistance subcategories:
- Disaster Specific Home Repair (2/9)
- Disaster Specific Rent Assistance (1/1)
- Post Disaster Rebuilding Assistance (1/1)
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Programs that provide for the short and long-term housing needs of individuals and families who have lost their place of residence in a major disaster or large-scale emergency by providing them with a mechanism for reporting damage, by arranging for temporary housing while their homes are being repaired or rebuilt, by helping them identify alternative short and/or long-term housing replacement arrangements, by supporting their ability to make structural repairs that will enable them to return to their homes, or by supporting their ability to rebuild. Some forms of post disaster housing assistance are generally also available to individuals who have experienced a localized incident such as a house fire that has made them temporarily homeless.
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