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Flood Survivors Last Chance to Visit DRC

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Flood Survivors Last Chance to Visit DRC

 

Time is counting down as we enter the last week before the Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) leaves Comanche County. The DRC is set to leave on July 18, and that means flood survivors will lose their opportunity to talk to a Federal Emergency Management Agency representative face to face.

The DRC is a valuable tool for flood survivors, giving them a one stop shop for everything related to their FEMA claim. Survivors can visit the center and take care of everything, from registration to denial letters, in just on building. The center can also provide tools for the disabled to ensure they can take care of their claim with ease. For the survivors who do not qualify for FEMA aid, the DRC also has Small Business Administration (SBA) representatives to help individuals fill out and receive a low interest loan. So far, over 500 flood survivors have registered with FEMA, but far less than that have visited the DRC.

Before the DRC leaves, be sure to register a claim with FEMA. Survivors have until July 27 to register for this disaster, which took place between May 5 and June 4. Once registered, their claim will remain in the FEMA system until it is complete. Survivors can always appeal any decision FEMA makes indefinitely. Survivors should also speak with FEMA representatives to understand how their claim will be handled after the DRC leaves. Finally, survivors who received a denial letter from FEMA should go to the DRC to discuss the reason for the denial. The representatives there can help you appeal the decision, or give you other options for receiving aid.

 

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