Important Flood Recovery Information For Your Use

Hello Local Partner,

In an effort to share critical disaster recovery information with you, the State and FEMA are launching a robust Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) mission that will ensure comprehensive coordination, collaboration and communication.

The mission of the IGA team is to provide you with a dedicated FEMA representative who will work directly with you to respond to any questions, concerns, or constituent inquiries. This person will provide information on FEMA programs, including Individual Assistance, Public Assistance, Hazard Mitigation, and the National Flood Insurance Program. 

Attached you will find a toolkit of information that includes fact sheets and fliers on our FEMA programs.  We have also included in the kit a booklet called Help after a Disaster, which is the guide that is sent to everyone that registers with FEMA to explain the Individual Assistance program.

Additionally, periodic updates on the status of the recovery will be provided through intergovernmental advisories, media releases and office briefings. We are also here to help facilitate any informational events that you may want to host.

In the next day or so, your designated FEMA Intergovernmental Affairs representative will be contacting your office to schedule an introductory meeting. We are looking forward to working in partnership with you.  Again, we are here to support you for matters relating to South Carolina’s disaster recovery.

Corinne Reed
FEMA External Affairs- Intergovernmental Affairs
South Carolina Flooding (Disaster #4241)
609-752-9914 (Cell) | 770-220-5696 (Alternate)
corinne.reed@fema.dhs.gov

Help after a Disaster

IHP Fact Sheet

IA Sequence of Delivery

SC Registration