FEMA Approves $1 Million for N.H. Households

May 14, 2007

More than $1 million in disaster assistance has been approved so far for New Hampshire residents hit by last month’s flooding.

About 1,000 households have applied for help.

So far, FEMA has approved about $1.1 million under the Individuals and Households Program. The grants may be used for temporary disaster housing, repairing uninsured homes and for other serious, disaster-related expenses not covered by insurance or other assistance programs.

Residents affected by the flooding should register with FEMA to see if they qualify for help. Registration can be completed on line at www.fema.gov or by calling (800) 621-FEMA.

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