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STJ Long Term Recovery Team Reports Progress

The 90 minutes scheduled for the monthly public meeting of the Long Term Recovery Team was barely enough to communicate all the good news...

SJCF Monthly St. John Recovery Team CommUNITY Meeting

The St. John Recovery Team and its related Work Groups and Task Forces meet monthly to provide a CommUNITY Update on recovery progress in...

FEMA to Give Free In-person Advice on Rebuilding, Repairing Homes March...

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is offering free in-person advice to help Virgin Islands to repair or rebuild their hurricane-damaged homes. FEMA experts...

FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding and Repair Advice in USVI

As Virgin Islanders repair and rebuild their hurricane-damaged homes, FEMA is offering free consultations and literature on making homes stronger and safer. Starting March 7,...

Disaster Recovery Centers Will Transition to Emergency Home Repairs VI Walk-In...

Disaster Recovery Centers will close permanently on Feb. 27. At the same locations, they will reopen the following day, Feb. 28, as Emergency Home Repairs VI...

Last Day to Visit the Coral Bay DRC Is Saturday, Jan....

The last day to visit Coral Bay Disaster Recovery Center at the Town & Country Building on St. John is Saturday, Jan. 13. Six DRCs...

FEMA Shares Latest Updates & Clears Up Misinformation

FEMA shared the following updates over the weekend: Survivors can register for FEMA assistance by going on-line to www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-3362 for voice, 711, or Video Relay Service. Survivors who...

Ineligibility Letter from FEMA May Not be the Last Word

Some Virgin Islanders who sustained damages as a result of hurricanes Irma or Maria may receive a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency...

VI Businesses and Residents Flock to SBA

Close to eight thousand Virgin Islanders are seeking disaster relief with the help of the federal government. A spokesman for the U.S. Small Business...

FEMA Disaster Assistance Will Not Affect Social Security or Other Benefits

ST. CROIX, Virgin Islands – Hurricane survivors who receive federal disaster assistance will not pay additional taxes, lose their Social Security or disability benefits, or...

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