We hope that you and your loved ones have stayed safe during this disaster. As recovery continues we wanted to provide you with additional resources if you or those you know have been negatively impacted by the storm. It is recommended to contact your home insurance company first to report that you have been affected by the storm prior to contacting FEMA for assistance.
Florida Disaster Info – This site has most of the in state links for issues such as disaster distress, missing persons reporting, FEMA info, Power Outages, and SBA information.
Florida Special Needs Registry – The Florida Department of Health, in coordination with its county health departments and each local emergency management agency in the state, developed a registry for persons with special needs to register with their local emergency management agency to receive assistance during a disaster.
US Disaster Assistance – National Aid and Coordination Site for Disaster Assistance.
State of Florida Power Outages -Report of power outages across the state. If you are experiencing a power outage please contact your power company and report the outage.
If you are having trouble contacting those either in Florida or contacting from Florida you are not alone! Hurricane Ian damaged a portion of Florida’s Cell and internet coverage. You can see a report from the FCC here
Spectrum is offering their WIFI access points for free to the public until tomorrow
IRS is providing tax relief for victims of the hurricane.
Please note to be careful of scams during this time. Many predatory practices occur after a disaster so please verify any information through official information sources.