155. FEMA MHU trailers still used for homeowner housing is ending very soon. Learn about Renters Assistance today! 8-6-2019 RestoreLA 155 Great Floods of 2016 in Louisiana still has families housed in FEMA MHU's which will be collected soon. It's estimated that between 124 and 330 families are still living in temporary housing on their property while their homes are being rebuild or reconstructed. If you or someone you know or even if you see a FEMA MHU still in a yard be sure to tell the family about rental assistance. The new Homeowners Manual released today (Version 7.1) shows the Rental Assistance Policy created in April to help these homeowners. If you are living in one of FEMA's MHU's and didn't have St. Vincent De Paul pay for it so you can stay on your property it's time to look for an extended stay hotel if you are under 90 days from completing your construction. If you are more than 90 days look for apartments but don't go homeless even for a day, check into a hotel then start searching for economy living. If you have a camper or RV just think of it as an adventure. Link to Homeowners Manual 7.1 look for Appendix J starts around page 240. Resource Restore LA Homeowners Manual Policies and Procedures version 7.1 released 8-6-2019.