WARNING to FEMA Housing Residents - Beware of Frauds and Scams
Posted by Admin on 06/14/2022
FEMA issues warning to FEMA housing residents:
If someone claiming to be from FEMA asks you to pay rent money for your housing unit, they may be trying to steal from you.
Hurricane Ida survivors do not currently have to pay rent to live...
Terrebonne Parish Hurricane Ida Residential Demolition Program
Posted by Admin on 05/20/2022
You may be eligible for demolition of your residential property through the Hurricane Ida Residential Demolition Program if you meet the following requirements:
Hurricane Ida damaged your home beyond repair, and
TOHSEP Collecting Photos of Damage Caused by Hurricane Ida
Posted by Admin on 04/01/2022
The Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness is collecting photos of damages caused by Hurricane Ida. We are asking the public to email photos to email@example.com.
Any photos submitted to the Terrebonne Parish...
Houses of Worship May Qualify for Disaster Assistance; Workshop on Mar. 7
Posted by OHSEP on 03/07/2022
Houses of Worship, including churches, synagogues, temples, mosques, and other religious entities may qualify for federal disaster assistance.
To learn more, click here to register for the Zoom workshop at 3 p.m. on March 7,...
Get Tips on Writing Your FEMA Appeal Letter
Posted by OHSEP on 02/25/2022
If you have questions after receiving your FEMA decision letter, you have the right to ask FEMA to take another look at your application. A second look may result in a different decision. Here are some tips for writing your letter.
Disaster Recovery Centers in Houma & Raceland to Close Permanently Feb. 25
Posted by OHSEP on 02/18/2022
The last two FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers in Louisiana located in Houma and Raceland will close permanently on Friday, February 25, 2022, at 6 p.m.
FEMA continues working with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and...
Disaster Recovery Centers Open on Saturdays for Face-to-Face Help
Posted by OHSEP on 01/28/2022
Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are accessible facilities and mobile offices you can visit to learn about FEMA and other disaster assistance programs. A DRC may be able to help you:
Apply for assistance
Learn more about disaster...
TOHSEP Provides Tips for Home Heating and Driving Safety During Winter Weather
Posted by OHSEP on 01/21/2022
During cold weather, the Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (TOHSEP) urges residents to be cautious when driving on slick roads and when heating homes.
Remember these tips for driving in winter...
Disaster Recovery Centers in Cut Off and Montegut to Close Permanently Jan. 25 and 26
Posted by OHSEP on 01/21/2022
FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) in Cut Off and Montegut will close permanently next week. The DRC in Cut Off will close Tuesday, Jan. 25. The Montegut DRC will close the following day, Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Residents of all parishes affected by...
FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 17
Posted by OHSEP on 01/14/2022
FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers in Louisiana will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 17, 2022.
Centers will reopen on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, for disaster recovery specialists to provide survivors help with...
Final Debris Collection Pass Deadline January 18
Posted by OHSEP on 01/06/2022
With Terrebonne Parish debris collection efforts moving into their final stages, debris collection crews will soon conduct a final collection pass and ask residents to move any remaining debris curbside to the public right-of-way by January 18,...
FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers Closure Schedule
Posted by OHSEP on 12/21/2021
ALL Disaster Recovery Centers in Louisiana will be closed for the holidays on the following dates:
December 24 through December 26
December 31 through January 2
The Alario Center in Westwego has a different schedule. It will be closed...