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Hurricane Relief Information
REQUEST CLEAN UP
Crisis Clean Up Hotline: Free debris removal. Crisis Cleanup will connect you to volunteers in your area. They will cut up fallen trees, tarp roofs, remove drywall, flooring and appliances and provide mold mitigation.
Operation Blue Roof: No cost roof tarping done by Army Corps of Engineers.
Samaritan’s Purse has three Disaster Relief Units in Florida—Fort Myers, Englewood, and Punta Gorda—where volunteers are helping hurting homeowners
Fort Myers, FL: Homeowner Phone: 239-944-0119
Englewood, FL: Homeowner Phone: 941-290-8527
Punta Gorda, FL: Homeowner Phone: 941-290-8648
FLORIDA SMALL BUSINESS EMERGENCY BRIDGE LOAN PROGRAM
Businesses impacted by Hurricane Ian can apply for a one-term, interest-free loan of up to $50,000.
SBA disaster assistance for homeowners, renters, nonprofits, and businesses of all sizes affected by Hurricane Ian.
DISASTER UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE
DUA is available to Florida businesses and residents whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a direct result of Hurricane Ian.
IRS DISASTER ASSISTANCE AND EMERGENCY RELIEF
Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster, especially when the federal government declares their location to be a major disaster area.
ASBESTOS AND NATURAL DISASTERS GUIDE
Debris caused by hurricanes can expose homeowners, emergency workers, and volunteers participating in the cleanup process to hazardous materials that can contain asbestos. The amount of debris that piles up after a hurricane is significant and can quickly overwhelm a community and break down normally strict guidelines for handling hazardous materials.
Please refer to this Asbestos and Natural Disasters Guide that covers the risks associated with hurricane debris and asbestos.
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