What services are available to a community that is recovering from a disaster? Are these services beneficial to individuals or the whole community? Services that are available to the community are many and abundant after the wake of a disaster. For example, Emergency Medical Assistance, Emergency Shelter, housing assistance to individuals and families who have lost their homes as a result of a presidentially-declared disaster. Also, disaster-caused expenses including, medical and dental, child care, funeral and burial, essential household items, moving and storage, vehicle, and some clean-up items. Plus, persons with disabilities can receive durable medical equipment (DME), and medications at no cost to all that need them. Next, the community will have immediate access to these community organizations, National Emergency Child Locator Center (NECLC),National Emergency FamilyRegistry and Locator System (NEFRLS), National Mass Evacuation Tracking System (NMETS),and National Shelter System (NSS).( -
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