Latest Information to recovery from Mawar.

E.g., 12/06/2023
E.g., 12/06/2023

JIC Recovery Release No. 107 - FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Mangilao to Close by End of Day; Help is Still Available

Guam Homeland Security Office of Civil Defense, FEMA and the Village of Mangilao, will close the Disaster Recovery Center at Guam Community College, but help is still available. The following Disaster Recovery Center at the Guam Community College will cease operations at the close of business at 5 p.m. today, Aug 16, 2023.

JIC Recovery Release No. 102 - Typhoon Mawar Survivors Can Authorize a Third Party for FEMA Inspection; FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Mangilao to Close Aug. 16, Help is Still Available

Once Typhoon Mawar survivors register for assistance, FEMA is required to verify losses to determine if they are eligible for the disaster assistance. FEMA’s standard loss verification method is an on-site inspection by a FEMA inspector. 

JIC Recovery Release No. 100 - Free Rebuilding and Repair Tips From FEMA Offered at Four Sites in Guam

As an ongoing commitment to support Guam residents on their recovery journey following Typhoon Mawar, FEMA Mitigation specialists continue to offer free tips and advice on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms at several stores in Guam. FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance staff will also be on-site to help with registration status check or application appeal.

JIC Recovery Release No. 99 - More than $200 Million in Federal Assistance Flows into Guam following Typhoon Mawar

While the application period for federal assistance has ended, federal assistance continues to make its way into the hands of Guam survivors of Typhoon Mawar. To date, more than $201 million in low interest disaster loans from the SBA and direct disaster assistance through FEMA have flowed into communities to help jumpstart the recovery process.






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