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Grants and Other Assistance
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE GRANT (EMPG)
EMPG provides funds to assist State and local governments to sustain and enhance all-hazards emergency management capabilities. It provides an all-hazards approach to preparedness, including the development of a comprehensive program of planning, training, and exercises, sets the stage for an effective and consistent response to any threatened or actual disaster or emergency, regardless of the cause. For more information click on EMPG
The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) assists states and local communities in implementing long-term mitigation measures following a Presidential Disaster Declaration. For more information click on HMGP
The Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Grants Program provides financial and technical assistance to enhance State, Territorial, Tribal, and local hazardous materials emergency planning and training. The HMEP Grant Program distributes funds to emergency responders for hazmat training and to Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPC's) for hazmat planning. For more information click on HMEP.
Assists local and state partners in the securing of federal funding to address North Carolina's ability to prevent, protect, respond and recover to all hazards, both man-made and natural. The NCEM Homeland Security Branch coordinates the implementation of the State Homeland Security Program with local, state, federal and private partners. For more information click on Homeland Security.
Individual Assistance ensures that individuals and families have access to the full range of State and Federal programs made available in the aftermath of a disaster and develop and maintain partnerships with State, Federal and voluntary organizations that deliver resources to disaster victims.
Public Assistance program was created to work in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Infrastructure Program under the guidelines of the Stafford Act. The Stafford Act outlines FEMA's reimbursement program. Reimbursement is available to all organizations and communities meeting the requirements. The role of the NC Public Assistance program is to serve as the direct contact between FEMA and the applicant.
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