FEMA IA Reforms: Quick Reference Guides

On March 22, 2024, the FEMA Individual Assistance (IA) Reforms took into effect for the next Federally Declared Disaster. Read more here. Below you will find nine (9) FEMA Quick Reference Guides in English and Spanish that outline the IA Reforms for public education. 

A flyer detailing the most significant updates in the last 20 years to FEMA's Individual Assistance Program that apply to Presidentially declared disasters on or after March 22, 2024. The flyer has three sections. The left section, titled New Benefits, outlines: Serious Needs Assistance and Displacement Assistance. The middle section, Expand Eligibility, discusses: Simplifying Other Needs Assistance, Helping Underinsured Survivors, Expanding Criteria for Home Repair Assistance, Making Accessibility Improvements, Simplified Assistance for Self-employed Applicants, and Expanded Assistance for Computing Devices. The right section, titled A Simplified Application Process, outlines: Streamlined Temporary Housing Assistance Applications, Removed Barriers for Late Applicants, and Simplify the Process for Appeals. The FEMA logo sits at the top corner of the flyer.

Watch a recorded webinar in English with ODIC Director Sherman Gillums explaining more about the IA reform and how to submit comments on the IA reforms, comments due by July 22, 2024.

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