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Posted on: May 11, 2018

[ARCHIVED] FEMA site inspectors coming to St. Joseph County


In the wake of President Trump signing a FEMA Disaster Declaration for the State of Indiana, the disaster relief effort is ramping up. FEMA site inspectors are in the community and will begin going door to door to assist people with the FEMA application process. If you are not home, the inspectors will leave a pamphlet of information containing the instructions for the application process. There will be a Disaster Relief Center located at 534 N. Michigan Street in the Leighton Center. The Disaster Relief Center will likely open in the next few days. You will have an opportunity to meet face to face with a FEMA Disaster Specialist who will help guide you through the process. The Center will typically be open 8am-7pm seven days a week, early on in the process. As intake applications decline, the centers operational periods will be adjust appropriately. You may also call 1-800- 621-3362 or apply online at

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