Financial and Insurance Assistance
If you were impacted by the 2013 flooding, there are several potential avenues available to seek financial and insurance assistance. Since the floods were federally declared disasters, you may be entitled for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) individual assistance. If you have flood insurance, you may also seek additional guidance and information on how to best maximize the benefits available to you.
There are a growing number of federal, state, small business and foundation funding assistance streams which you or your organization may qualify. Below is a link to an up-to-date table of each funding category. To download the entire set of tables, for offline viewing or printing in PDF format, click here.
Apply for FEMA Disaster Assistance
Here are FEMA Disaster Assistance resources for individuals and families to help survivors and victims of the Colorado floods and other natural disasters recover and get back on their feet. Resources include shelter information, transitional assistance, housing and apartment finding, public assistance and the Disaster Distress Helpline. Applicants for disaster aid or applying for aid we would like them to call (800) 621-3362. Disaster applicants who have a speech disability or hearing loss and use TTY can call (800) 462-7585 directly.
Colorado Flood Recovery Jobs Program
If you are a worker impacted by the 2013 floods, or a nonprofit or government agency in need of rebuilding aid, we are looking for you! The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and local workforce centers are seeking participants for the Colorado Flood Recovery Jobs program.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance
If you lost your job or are unemployed due to the 2013 Colorado floods, you may be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA). Apply online at www.Coloradodoui.gov or call 1-800-388-5515 or 303-318-9300.
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