Disaster Housing Recovery Educational Resources

Since the 2017 hurricanes and wildfires, FEMA has failed to meet the long-term housing needs of disaster survivors by refusing to implement proven solutions, like the Disaster Housing Assistance Program (DHAP). By providing direct rental assistance and case management, DHAP helps the lowest income survivors get back on their feet. In response to the mischaracterizations in FEMA's Fact Sheet: Myths vs. Facts - FEMA's Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program, the Disaster Housing Recovery Coalition is setting the record straight.

Factsheets: "Setting the Record Straight"

FEMA's Failure to Address Long Term Housing Needs of Survivors

Disaster Housing Assistance Program for Hurricane Maria Survivors

Disaster Rental Assistance Programs at FEMA and HUD

FEMA's Failure to Address Long Term Housing Needs

Disaster Housing Recovery for Vulnerable Populations Briefing--Originally aired November 15, 2018.

PowerPoint Sides from Webinar (PDF)

View the webinar recording.

For more information, please contact NLIHC Director of Public Policy Sarah Saadian Mickelson (smickelson@nlihc.org), Policy Analyst Sonya Acosta (sacosta@nlihc.org) or Senior Advisor Ed Gramlich (ed@nlihc.org).