Monitoring Disaster Recovery in Indiana.
Watchdog Moderator: (Temp) Murray Wennerlund
Monitoring Disaster Recovery Programs
Long term disaster recovery is the responsibility of state leadership and state managed programs to assist the citizens recover from disasters.
- Citizen Disaster Recovery Programs
- Business Disaster Recovery Programs
- Municipality Disaster Recovery Programs
- State Disaster Recovery Programs
Each program requires a budget to best server the people of the state.
Indiana Covid-19 (EM-3456)
Incident Period: January 20, 2020 and continuing.
Emergency Declaration declared on March 13, 2020
Public Assistance - Dollars Approved $0.00
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HUD CDBG-DR Grant Denied?
Did your state inform you that you qualify for federal assistance only to later deny you assistance based on state created policy or procedure? Is your home listed as being in one of the most impacted areas? Do you have proof your state accepted you into the federally funded HUD CDBG-DR grant program? Contact us about your experience.
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