Locate Recovery Resources

Following a disaster, numerous resources are available to assist communities in the recovery process. 2-1-1 San Diego has compiled the following list of resources to support recovery efforts.

FEMA’s Three Steps | Apply for Disaster Relief Assistance

Locate and apply for disaster relief | One stop source for disaster relief services and organizations

American Red Cross | Recover After a Disaster

United Jewish Federation of San Diego County | Emergency Relief

International Relief Teams | Disaster Relief

Samaritan’s Purse | US Disaster Relief

Community Recovery Team | Coordinates and provides emotional, physical, financial, and spiritual resources to help rebuild the homes and lives of families affected by disasters.

United Policyholders | Insurance help after a disaster

The Salvation Army | The Salvation Army provides support, training and resources to respond to the needs of those affected by emergencies without discrimination.

The Red Guide to Recovery | A Resource Handbook for Disaster Survivors.

Jewish Family Service | One Source for a Lifetime of Help.

Mennonite Disaster Services | Disaster volunteers known for repairing and rebuilding homes damaged by disasters

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Resiliency

Living Safely | County strategy recognizes that disaster preparedness, at both the community and personal level, is critical to the overall safety and resiliency of the region.

Mitigation

Hazard Mitigation | Minimize damage to structures and property, as well as disruption of essential services and human activities.

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