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|Concordia Parish eligible for federal disaster individual assistance|
Hurricane Gustav victims in Concordia Parish are now eligible for assistance to individuals and households.
The aid may come in the form of both grants and loans to repair or replace damaged property, as well as other programs. The aid program will not cover all losses, but is designed to help people return to livable housing.
Residents can register for assistance by going online to www.fema.gov, or by calling FEMA at 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 800-462-7585. If you have already registered with FEMA, you will receive a letter with information and instructions for reconsideration of disaster assistance.
Applicants are asked to be aware that the deadline to file for individual assistance for Gustav has been extended to Nov. 14, 2008. Do not delay in registering because once the deadline passes it will be too late to file for individual assistance.
Those who register are urged to have pen and paper ready to take down their case number. The toll- free call takes about 20 minutes, and can be taken in any language.
The call goes more quickly if residents have the following:
Social Security number (including spouse's).
Address and zip code of the damaged property.
Directions to the damaged home or property.
Telephone numbers where FEMA can reach applicant.
Private insurance policy, if any.
Bank information to enable direct deposit.
Current mailing address.
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