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FEMA Answers: Appeals Process Q&A
It is not uncommon for survivors to appeal FEMA’s decisions regarding assistance after a disaster.
Why Register with FEMA If You’re Insured
Common reasons FEMA encourages even those with insurance to register for assistance.
Volunteers work to clean up from flooding damage (WSMV)
Cleanup efforts continue after March, 2021 flooding in Nashville.
Free Legal Assistance Available for Middle Tennessee Storm Survivors in 3 Counties
Support for low-income individuals facing legal issues as a result of these severe storms and flooding.
Disaster Survivors: Beware of Fraud and Scams (Alert via FEMA)
After a disaster, scam artists, identity thieves and other criminals may attempt to take advantage of disaster survivors.
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Major Disaster Declaration for Tennessee
FEMA announces federal disaster assistance is available for the March 25 - April 3, 2021 storms.
Cleanup Of Flood-Damaged Homes Continues As Long-Term Recovery Efforts Move Forward
Dozens of Nashville nonprofits collaborate to provide relief and support to survivors
Nashville VOAD members coordinating response efforts for those affected by flooding
For individuals requiring help to request assistance or those who do not have access to a computer, a Crisis Line has been activated and language translation services are available. Calls can be made 24 hours-a-day at 615-244-7444. A case worker will follow-up within 24 to 48 hours.