Current Disaster Case Management Programs

Past Disaster Case Management Programs

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Pennsylvania Disaster Case Management Program

The Pennsylvania Disaster Case Management Program assisted 373 households affected by Hurricane Ida across Bucks, York, and Montgomery counties. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania experienced severe flooding due to the impact of Storm IDA. Recognizing the widespread devastation, DSC submitted a proposal to extend its services to the three affected counties of Montgomery, York, and Bucks. Successfully securing the contract, DSC SVDP-USA has been appointed as the Administrator of the DCMP.

In alignment with the recovery process, the top five unmet needs identified by the affected households are Household Furniture, Housing – Permanent – Reconstruction, FEMA Advocacy, Housing – Permanent – Relocation, Mold Remediation, Household Large Appliances, and Housing Rental Assistance. To date, DSC SVDP-USA has contributed $942,969.17 in services to address these critical needs and facilitate the overall recovery process from Hurricane Ida.

Households: 373; Value of Services: $942,969.17

Michigan Disaster Case Management Program

The Michigan Disaster Case Management Program is actively involved in assisting 354 households affected by severe storms and flooding that occurred in June 2021 in Wayne and Macomb counties. The top priority needs for these survivors encompass housing reconstruction, large appliances, furniture, debris removal, and mold remediation. Disaster Case Managers have provided $601,585.92 by making over 2,700 referrals and services to address these critical needs and support survivors on their path to recovery.

Households: 460, Value of Services: $601,585.92

New Jersey Disaster Case Management Program

The New Jersey Disaster Case Management Program launched in January 2023 and actively supported Hurricane Ida disaster recovery efforts in 12 counties—Bergen, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Union, and Warren—through February 1, 2024. Disaster Case Managers assisted over 525 households impacted by the disaster. The primary focus areas included housing repair or rebuild, large appliances, furniture, affordable rental housing, and rental assistance. To date, DSC SVDP-USA has allocated $1,108,695.06 in services to aid Hurricane Ida recovery efforts in New Jersey.

Households: 495; Value Of Services: $1,108,695.06

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

Households: 274; Value Of Services: $57,379.31

Montana Disaster Case Management Program (DR-4655)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has granted Volunteer Montana the funds to administer the Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) for survivors affected by DR-4655. This long-term program, spanning 18 months, aims to assist individuals and households in Carbon, Stillwater, Yellowstone, and Park counties, serving both homeowners and renters.

This free service connects survivors with trained Disaster Case Managers (DCMs) who work on a 1-on-1 basis. DCMs conduct assessments of individual needs, facilitate access to eligible resources, advocate on behalf of survivors with FEMA, insurance companies, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and provide assistance with other disaster-related services.

Serving counties: Carbon, Stillwater, Yellowstone, and Park.

This update underscores our commitment to supporting the recovery efforts in Montana and emphasizes the collaborative efforts between FEMA, Volunteer Montana, and the affected communities.

Households: 8; Value Of Services: $1,500.00

Arkansas Disaster Case Management Program (DR-4698)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has designated Volunteer Arkansas as the recipient of funds for the Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) to assist survivors of DR-4698. This initiative is a comprehensive, 18-month program aimed at providing support to individuals and households across affected areas.

FEMA anticipates that approximately 5% of individuals referred to the Individuals and Households Program will require disaster case management support. This crucial service connects survivors with trained Disaster Case Managers (DCMs), who work on a personalized basis. DCMs conduct thorough assessments of individual needs, facilitate access to eligible resources, advocate on behalf of survivors with FEMA, insurance companies, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and offer assistance with various disaster-related services.

Furthermore, Disaster Survivor Centers (DSC SVDP) have been allocated to serve the following counties in Arkansas: Cross and Pulaski

Households: 2; Value Of Services: $8,861.37

Mississippi Disaster Case Management Program (DR-4697)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has allocated resources to facilitate the Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) in Rolling Fork and Amory, Mississippi, as part of the ongoing recovery efforts for DR-4697.

Areas of Focus

Rolling Fork, Mississippi: Assisting renters only.
Amory, Mississippi: Assisting homeowners and renters.

This update underscores our commitment to supporting the recovery efforts in Mississippi, emphasizing the collaborative efforts between FEMA, local agencies, and the affected communities.

Households: 8; Value Of Services: $346,830.00