The 2019 Disaster Assistance Manual is in the Library
The FEMA 2020 Hurricane Pandemic Plan is in the Library.
Figuring Out FEMA guide is available here. Figuring Out FEMA is a pocket-sized guide that breaks down the process of enrolling in FEMA’s Individual Assistance program. It also explains how to appeal FEMA’s decision if you are denied aid or need more assistance and provides legal help resources.
Pandemic EBT FAQ's can be found here.
Governor DeSantis report from Task Force to Reopen Florida.
Executive Orders from Governor DeSantis related to COVID
COVID-19 Scams Flyer can be found here
Look for the latest Reemployment Assistance claims data on the RA Dashboard.
FEMA has released their new IA guide for March 2019. "The IAPPG consolidates information on Individual Assistance (IA) programs offered by FEMA to a state, territorial, tribal, or local government jurisdiction affected by a disaster."
This link redirects you to a page with a list of different national and state resources such as the American Bar Association Disaster Resource and Recovery Center, Florida Special Needs Registry, FloridaDisaster.org as well as different hotlines for receiving legal counsel or disaster relief for non emergency situations.
Visit The Florida Bar's Hurricane Information for resources, links and information about pro bono opportunities with Florida Free Legal Answers and the Young Lawyer's Division's Disaster Relief Hotline which will be activated after the storm. To be a volunteer, you should have a basic understanding of the common problems experienced by disaster victims.
Visit the Florida Supreme Court for court closures and other information.
Visit LegalFuel.com for information and resources on disaster planning and business continuity.