Disaster Recovery Resources

Resources described below contain a wide range offederal, private, and non-profit funding, program and technical assistance resourcesthat may be available pre and/or post disaster. The list includes:

1.     Federal disaster recovery funding opportunities,technical guidance, and program resources

2.     National resources for SLTT

3.     Other federal funding programs that have beenmade available to tribal and local governments through a congressionalsupplemental allocation

4.     Federal technical assistance to tribal and localgovernments to better prepare them for future disaster recovery

This listing provides a starting point for the userand is not a comprehensive guide, nor does it indicate applicability oravailability for any particular or general recovery need.  Application period for grants are noted onthe site or by contacting the funding source for additional information andfuture funding opportunities.  The primary,most current, and comprehensive source of information on all federal assistanceprograms is through the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA).  www.cfda.gov  Resources are also available from States anda wide range of non-profit and foundation sources.



Non-agencySpecific Federal Grants, Assistance, and Guidance Websites


There websites havesearch capabilities to allow users to search available Federal grants andassistance based on specific keywords.

·       Grants.gov- www.grants.gov

·       Benefits.gov- www.benefits.gov

·       DisasterAssistance.gov- www.disasterassistance.gov

·       Dun &Bradstreet (DUNS number)- http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/displayHomePage.do

·       Catalogof Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) - www.cfda.gov

·       U.S.Climate Resilience Toolkit - http://toolkit.climate.gov/

·       U.S.Government Open Data - http://www.data.gov/

·       DisasterAssistance - https://www.disasterassistance.gov/get-assistance/other-recovery-help

·       CommunityRecovery Management Toolkit - http://www.fema.gov/national-disaster-recovery-framework/community-recovery-management-toolkit



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This website  is intended as a national source of information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the delivery of  financial recovery services. It includes resources on eligibility, procurement, grant management delivery, and issues related to various Federal Programs currently supporting Covid-19 financial recovery for governments and non-profits. This website is not affiliated or endorsed or sponsored  by  FEMA  or any other Federal grant program. The information provided in various webpage documents is derived largely from Federal  published materials. In general, under section 105 of the Copyright Act, such works are not entitled to domestic copyright protection under U.S. law and are therefore in the public domain.  The goal is to help navigate the various Federal websites and summarize grant information and requirements. It does not constitute legal advice or grant management advise and is provided for general informational purposes only. Only the Federal Agency responsible for grants can make determinations on eligibility and grant amounts. You should consult with your professional services advisors and State and Federal Grant Coordinators for more detailed guidance on specific Covid-19 financial recovery issues.

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