Did Restore Louisiana Say Your Home Wasn’t Damaged Enough? You May Still Be Eligible for Assistance!Posted on: December 14, 2022
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Not enough money to repair your Home after Hurricane Ida?
No help from RESTORE Louisiana?
Not enough money from FEMA?
Did RESTORE say your home wasn’t damaged enough?
Did you take the online survey? Were you told “your home does not meet the level of damage required for program assistance?”
If so, you may still be able to get help from RESTORE Louisiana
To get help from RESTORE LA, you had to apply for help from FEMA after Hurricane Ida, and:
- get $8,000 from FEMA to repair your home; OR
- get $3,500 From FEMA for personal property; OR
- Your home flooded more than one foot.
If you fall into any of these categories but Restore Louisiana says you don’t qualify, SLLS may be able to help.
If FEMA did not give you enough money, and you still need help fixing your home, SLLS may be able to help.
Call our Disaster Legal Services Hotline to see if you can get free legal help from Southeast Louisiana Legal Services: 1-800-310-7029, or apply online here.