Disaster Recovery Office Documents

The Disaster Recovery Office publishes documents that concern grant programs that focus on rebuilding or repairing homes damaged by severe weather events.

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    Hurricane Matthew housing assistance programs policy and procedure manual
    (2017-11-30) South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office
    The Further Continuing and Security Assistance Appropriations Act, Public Law 114-254 (Appropriations Act), was enacted to set aside federal funds for disaster relief. The Appropriations Act provides funds to States or units of general local government for disaster recovery efforts in the affected areas. The federal government appropriated $1.8 billion in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBGDR) funds to be made available to States that were declared a major disaster by the President of the United States in 2016. These funds are to be used to satisfy a port ion of unmet need that remains after other assistance, such as funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Small Business Administration (SBA), or private insurance, has been delivered. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) determines how these federal funds will be distributed. HUD uses the “best available” data to identify and calculate unmet needs for disaster relief, long-term recovery, restoration of infrastructure, and housing and economic revitalization. Based on this assessment, HUD notified the State of South Carolina that it will receive $65,305,000 in disaster recovery funds to assist in recovery from Hurricane Matthew.
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    Plan de accion Matthew enmienda 8 espanol 
    (2019-07-19) South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office
    Spanish language. HUD notified the State of South Carolina that it will receive $65,305,000 in disaster recovery funds to assist in recovery from Hurricane Matthew. South Carolina submits this Action Plan to outline its unmet needs, and establish how the State will allocate its funds through its programs. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many State and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the unmet need that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.
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    South Carolina Hurricane Matthew action plan amendment 8
    (2016-07-19) South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office
    HUD notified the State of South Carolina that it will receive $65,305,000 in disaster recovery funds to assist in recovery from Hurricane Matthew. South Carolina submits this Action Plan to outline its unmet needs, and establish how the State will allocate its funds through its programs. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many State and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the unmet need that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.
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    Plan de accion Matthew enmienda 5 espanol
    (South Carolina State Library, 2019-06-09) South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office
    HUD notified the State of South Carolina that it will receive $65,305,000 in disaster recovery funds to assist in recovery from Hurricane Matthew. South Carolina submits this Action Plan to outline its unmet needs, and establish how the State will allocate its funds through its programs. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many State and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the unmet need that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.
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    South Carolina Hurricane Matthew action plan amendment 6
    (South Carolina State Library, 2020-03-27) South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office
    HUD notified the State of South Carolina that it will receive $65,305,000 in disaster recovery funds to assist in recovery from Hurricane Matthew. South Carolina submits this Action Plan to outline its unmet needs, and establish how the State will allocate its funds through its programs. This Action Plan was developed with the help of many State and local stakeholders as well as the public to target the unmet need that can be addressed by these limited federal funds.