Disaster relief available for flooding and storm victims

September 19, 2011 10:53:43 AM PDT
If you've been hit by the recent flooding from Tropical Storm Lee or Hurricane Irene, here are links to help you find any disaster help that might be available to you. Pennsylvania
DisasterAssistance.gov questionnaire will help determine if you are eligible for any disaster relief following the flooding.

This DisasterAssistance.gov registration process will allow you to complete an online application, create an account, and apply for disaster assistance.

Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster, especially when the federal government declares their location to be a major disaster area. You can get information about possible disaster relief through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Pennsylvania's Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) has programs set up to help individuals and businesses hit by disasters, including Home Disaster Loans for individuals and Physical Disaster & Economic Injury Disaster Loans for businesses.

New Jersey
For residents of New Jersey who are still working to recover following the rains and damage brought by Hurricane Irene, here is a list of all disaster relief materials that are available to you.

The state of Delaware has prepared this listing of resources to help you recover following the recent flooding and damage from Hurricane Irene.

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