State officials are advising people trying to recover pets they lost in Hurricane Matthew to visit their county’s animal shelter.
Governor McCrory's Request for Disaster Food Assistance Approved for 18 Counties Impacted by Hurricane Matthew
Governor Pat McCrory’s call for Disaster Food and Nutrition Services benefits for thousands of households impacted by Hurricane Matthew was approved today for 18 North Carolina counties by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
All North Carolina disaster survivors, including people with disabilities, can access resources at State/FEMA disaster recovery centers, or DRCs. DRCs help survivors apply for federal assistance, learn about the types of assistance available, learn about the appeals process and get updates about
North Carolina residents who suffered losses and damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew can get information about state and federal assistance at the Disaster Recovery Centers opening in Edgecombe and Greene counties Friday, October 21.
North Carolina and FEMA Working to Transition Displaced Hurricane Matthew Survivors from Shelters to Stable Housing
North Carolina officials are working closely with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to transition displaced residents from emergency shelters in flooded areas to more stable temporary housing. At the height of the emergency on Oct. 9, there were 4,071 people housed in 81 shelters.
People whose automobiles were damaged or destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Matthew may be eligible for help to repair or replace their vehicles.
The first step should be to check their auto insurance policy or contact their insurance agent, as some policies cover vehicle damage.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that he has established a Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee to coordinate efforts to rebuild after the storm.
Governor Pat McCrory this evening received a federal disaster declaration to help individuals in Onslow County recover from the massive flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Call specialists with United Way’s NC 2-1-1 system have handled more than 6,000 disaster-related calls since Oct. 3, according to NC Emergency Management officials. The call specialists have directed callers to health and human services, government assistance and disaster resources.