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  • About Disaster Recovery Center Locations and DRC Locator

    Use this tool to find a Disaster Recovery Center near you. Content Detail

  • Disaster Assistance Programs for Families

    Information and resources about disaster help for farmers, from the United States Department of Agriculture - Farm Service Agency. Content Detail

    USDA - Farm Service Agency
  • Disaster Checklists

    Make sure you have these items handy before disaster strikes. Content Detail

    Mid-Missouri Legal Services
  • Disaster Relief Medicaid Program

    Katrina and Rita evacuees who are children, elderly, pregnant, disabled, blind, or are low-income parents with children, and from Alabama and Mississippi, may still be eligible for the Disaster Relief Medicaid program in Louisiana. The last day to apply for Disaster Relief Medicaid in the state of Louisiana is January 31, 2006. Content Detail

    Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
  • Disaster Unemployment Benefits

    Information about this and other topics related to unemployment benefits. Content Detail

    Louisiana Department of Labor
  • Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc.

    FLAG is a nonprofit law center dedicated to providing legal services to family farmers and their rural communities in order to help keep family farmers on the land. Content Detail

  • Flood Vehicle Database

    Free database of flooded vehicles affected by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma. Check for reported flood damage. Doesn't include all affected vehicles. Content Detail

    National Insurance Crime Bureau
  • Important Information about Flooding -- Louisiana Department of Insurance

    " If your home has been affected by flooding and is part of an area declared a federal disaster area, there is help available. You can call 800-621-3362 or go to www.disasterassistance.gov and enter your home or business address to find out if your area has been declared a federal disaster area." See the linked-to resource for more information and other links to helpful resources. Read More

    Louisiana Department of Insurance

    Go to this site for information and resources. This is a government site about disasters. The site has information to help people get ready for a disaster, stay safe during a disaster and recover from a disaster. There is also information about where to get help. From the site: The Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) serves as the Governor's Authorized Representative for disaster events and is responsible for coordinating resources for state and local governments, private non-profits and our Louisiana citizenry. Content Detail

  • National Disaster Legal Aid Resource Center (DisasterLegalAid.org)

    From the DisasterLegalAid.org site: Welcome to the National Disaster Legal Aid Resource Center! The goals of DisasterLegalAid.org are: To serve as a centralized national resource for legal aid, pro bono and criminal defender attorneys across the country on legal issues related to all types of disasters, To recruit and help mobilize pro bono attorneys in the aftermath of a disaster, and To provide accurate and timely information on legal issues related to disasters to the low and moderate income public. Content Detail

    LSC, ABA and partner organizations
  • Prepare for Emergencies Now: Information to Get Ready.

    From the site: "This common sense framework is designed to launch a process of learning about citizen preparedness. For the most current information and recommendations, go online to www.ready.gov" Content Detail

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    Spanish / Español
    Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
  • Elections Division of the Lousiana Secretary of State

    Go to the web page of the Elections Division of the Louisiana Secretary of State for information about how to register, where to vote, and what's on the ballot. Content Detail

    Louisiana Secretary of State
  • Free or Low-Cost Rebuilding Help

    Some organizations offer people free construction material, volunteer labor or other rebuilding help. Here is a list of places that may be able to help people rehabilitate or rebuild damaged or destroyed homes. Content Detail

    GNOInfo.com (formerly LouisianaRebuilds.info)
  • GNOInfo.com (formerly Louisiana Rebuilds)

    Community resources and information. Content Detail

  • How to Get Legal Help/Como Obtener Ayuda Legal

    Information in English and Spanish about how to get help from programs that offer free help to qualified people. Lea aquí para aprender cómo obtener ayuda gratis con problemas legales, ayuda de los programas para las personas de ingresos bajos. Content Detail

    Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
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    Spanish / Español

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