If your manufactured home was damaged or developed unhealthy living conditions after a declared disaster due to the disaster can I receive a grant to replace my mobile home?
Short answer, Yes.
More details on how to apply for grants to replace your single-wide manufactured home for up to $85,000 and if you're replacing a double-wide you may qualify for up to $120,000 in federal grants that do not have to be paid back.
Your state may have released a statement similar to the statement released by the Office of Community Development here in Louisiana.
"Residents of manufactured homes, particularly older manufactured homes, are more vulnerable to disaster damages that impact housing stability and occupant health and safety. Storm damage to manufactured housing often results in serious structural and environmental health hazards for occupants that may not be effectively remediated with rehabilitation activities. Weighing factors such as deterioration potential and rapid depreciation of manufactured housing units, especially units that have been ruined by weather events, it is more cost-effective to replace a disaster-damaged unit rather than to rehabilitate it. This is in part because repairs may not sufficiently address damages, and often the repaired units ultimately need to be replaced. Replacing manufactured housing, rather than repairing damaged units, serves the long-term housing needs of Louisiana's disaster-affected citizens and protects homeowners from potential latent health, safety, and environmental hazards. Newer manufactured housing units are built to higher construction standards and offer more storm resiliency and energy-efficient options. These features result in better utility efficiency, lower utility charges, and better withstand future disaster impacts. Replacement further mitigates against any unknown environmental or structural damages that could be associated with a repaired unit. The Program will provide funds for the replacement of single-wide or double-wide damaged units up to maximum payment amounts established in Program policy and procedure."
Resource: Master Action Plan in Response to Disasters in 2020/2021