Current Disaster Case Management Programs

Past Disaster Case Management Programs



Oregon Disaster Case Management Program

DSC, SVDP-USA was awarded the OREGON Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) in August of 2021. In the prior year the Wildfires created such havoc and devastation that some of the survivors were forced to live in tents and trailer trailers until more suitable better housing can be provided. Wildfires can be very unique in that once a fire consumes a house there is nothing remains except for ashes and maybe a stone fireplace. DSC SVDP partnered with grass roots organizations such as Catholic Charities of Oregon, Santiam Hospital Integration and Glide Revitalization. Catholics Charities of Oregon was responsible for the following counties: Jackson, Lane, Lincoln, Linn. Santiam was responsible for Marion county and Glide Revitalization was responsible for Douglas county. There were 23 DCMs assigned to the DCM program allocated based on the FEMA registrations. To date the total number of Households opened is at 988 households. The top five  Unmet needs were Household furniture, Housing – Permanent – Relocation, Household Goods, Housing – Permanent – Reconstruction, Household – Large Appliances. To date the total value of services provided is at $ 15,661,696.03. The combination of all three organizations in addition to other grass roots organizations and the state flex funds has been able to help many families thru their recovery. This DCM program closed March 15, 2023.

Households: 998; Value of Services: $15,661,696.03

Louisiana Disaster Case Management Program

Hurricane Ida made landfall near Louisiana’s southernmost seaport on August 29, 2021, 16 years to the day Hurricane Katrina slammed the Gulf coast. The eye of the hurricane stalled out right near Houma in Terrebonne parish creating extensive wind and water damage. For this particular disaster, DSC SVDP partnered with Workforce group, Emergent Solutions, Tidal basin and DePaul USA. The parishes that DSC and DePaul USA cover are Terrebonne, Lafourche, Iberia, St. martin, and  St. Mary. The number of DCMs that DSC provides to the DCM program are 19 DCMs. Four-teen DCMs from DSC and 5 DCMs from DePaul USA. The top five unmet needs are (1) Help repairing damage to the home; (2)  Housing issues for owners, renters, homeless; (3) financial issues created by the hurricane; (4) Clothing; (5) Food. The total number of open cases is 636 with a value of service provided at $ 1.3 million.

Households: 665; Value of Services: $1,343,660.92

Pennsylvania Disaster Case Management Program

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was affected by storm IDA causing severe flooding throughout the Commonwealth. DSC submitted a proposal to service the three counties of Montgomery, York and Bucks. DSC SVDP was awarded the contract to act as the Administrator of the DCMP. DSC SVDP has partnered with local grass roots organizations such as ACLAMO, Montgomery OIC, and CADCOM for Montgomery county, DSC SVDP will service the counties of Bucks and York. The DSC SVDP Cost Construction Analyst will provide damage report inspections on ala three counties. DSC SVDP in cooperation with it’s partners have conducted outreach event to include utilizing the FEMA ISA list, Town hall meetings, email and phone call outreach. Houses of worship and food pantries have also been contacts. The top five unmet needs are Household Furniture, Housing – Permanent – Reconstruction, FEMA Advocacy, Housing – Permanent – Relocation,  mold remediation, household large appliances, housing rental assistance. There are 202 open cases with 106 from Montgomery county, 21 from Bucks county and 75 from York County. The total value of services provided for the entire DCMP is currently $536,442.29.

Households: 335; Value of Services: $536,442.29

Michigan Disaster Case Management Program

The top five unmet needs are  Housing – Permanent – Reconstruction, Household large Appliances, mold remediation, clothing, Residential Cleaning and Debris Removal, Household Furniture,
There are 176 open cases with 23 from Macomb county, 155 from Wayne County. The total value of services provided for the entire DCMP is currently $220,096.83.

Households: 376; Value Of Services: $51,583.54

New Jersey Disaster Case Management Program

The top five unmet needs are Household furniture, Financial services, housing-permanent reconstruction, household large appliances, housing permanent relocation, utilities.There are 376 cases with a status of open/review/screening cases.

The total value of services provided for the entire DCMP is currently $51,583.54.

Florida Disaster Case Management Program Groups 2 and 3

The Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) funds have been awarded to Volunteer Florida by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide Disaster Case Management Program services to survivors of DR-4673-FL, Hurricane Ian. These funds are for a long term (18-month) Disaster Case Management Program. For Hurricane Ian assistance in the State of Florida, closed registrations for disaster assistance was 917,700 in the declared counties As of January 24, 2023, the cumulative eligibility number for TSA was 83,562 households. As of January 24, 2023, the cumulative eligibility number for FEMA Direct Housing was 3,196 households. FEMA estimates that 5% of those referred to the Individuals and Households Program will require disaster case management support. The last shelter closed on December 20, 2022. 

DSC SVDP was awarded Groups 2 and 3

Group 2 counties: Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Monroe, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, Sarasota 

Group 3 counties: Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk