It’s been months since we felt the effects of Hurricane Ian rip through Palm Beach County, and now FEMA is opening a disaster center to help those still struggling to recover from the storm. Jose Cabrera has details on how to get help. A disaster recovery center opened on Monday. Today, two non-profits, along with Jewish Family Services, were out here helping those affected by Hurricane Ian. According to FEMA, more than 20,000 people have registered for assistance in Palm Beach County since the end of September. And we’ve had two tornadoes, leaving some homes badly damaged. The new Palm Beach County Disaster Recovery Center, located at the library on Higgins Ranch Road in Delaware Beach, is operated by both FEMA and the state, getting people back on their feet. And we encourage them to sign up so we can see what their interests are. It is a step by step process, but it is good. People affected by the storm can apply for federal aid and contact various organizations to see what other resources are available while they wait for funding and assistance. And we all work together to make sure the senior or survivor gets food, shelter, and many other things like clothing, furniture, or things they need to get back on their feet. The Disaster Recovery Center is open. Monday to Saturday 9am to 6pm. Reporting from Delaware Beach, it’s me

A new disaster recovery center in Palm Beach County will provide assistance to hurricane victims

More than 20,000 people in Palm Beach County have registered for assistance since late September, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. As Hurricane Ian neared Florida, an EF2 storm made landfall in Delray Beach, severely damaging several homes and leaving residents homeless. Previous coverage: HOA attorney urges Floridians to have disaster plan in wake of Kings Point hurricane damage FEMA and the state are helping people find the new Palm Beach County Disaster Recovery Center, located at the Hagen Ranch Road library in Derry Bay. They are back on their feet. “We encourage them to come in so we can see what their needs are. “It’s a step-by-step process, but it’s very important,” said Rebecca Terman, FEMA IADRC manager in Palm Beach County. Those affected by the hurricane can get help applying for federal aid and connect with various organizations. Watch Video Below: Delray Beach Hurricane Damage Video Below: Hurricane Damage in Kings Point “We all work together to ensure that elderly or survivors have food, shelter, replacement items such as clothing, household items.” legs,” said Wendy Goodman with Rales Jewish Family Services. Once you’re at the center, you’ll be asked a list of questions about your situation, and then you’ll be directed to the right people with FEMA. From there, the person applying for help can choose which route they want to take. Non-profit groups and other organizations are established in the unit to provide residents with options between financing and repairs to their homes and businesses. The US Small Business Administration plays an important role in helping those in need and established in the center. FEMA says receiving and approving aid can take weeks to months, depending on the situation.

More than 20,000 people in Palm Beach County have registered for assistance since late September, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

As Hurricane Ian neared Florida, an EF2 storm made landfall in Delray Beach, severely damaging several homes and leaving residents homeless.

Previous coverage: In wake of Kings Point hurricane damage, HOA advocate urges Floridians to have disaster plans

The new Palm Beach County Disaster Recovery Center, located at the Hagen Ranch Road Library in Delray Beach, is operated by FEMA and the state, and is helping people get back on their feet.

“We encourage them to come in so we can see what their needs are. It’s a step-by-step process, but it’s so worth it,” said Rebecca Terman, FEMA IADRC manager at the Palm Beach County Disaster Recovery Center.

Hurricane victims can apply for federal aid and check with various organizations to see what other resources are available while they wait for funding and assistance.

Video below: Delray Beach tornado damage

Video below: Tornado damage in Kings Point

“We all work together to make sure the senior or survivor has food, shelter, any replacement items like clothing, furniture,” said Wendy Goodman with Rails Jewish Family Services.

Once you’re at the center, you’ll be asked a list of questions about your situation, and then you’ll be directed to the right people with FEMA. From there, the person applying for help can choose which route they want to take. Non-profit groups and other organizations are established in the unit to provide residents with options between financing and repairs to their homes and businesses.

The US Small Business Administration plays an important role in helping those in need and established in the center.

FEMA says receiving and approving aid can take weeks to months, depending on the situation.

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