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Rhode Islanders Can Report Property, Business Damage to 2-1-1.

The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is partnering with Rhode Island United Way’s 2-1-1 to collect reports from homeowners and businesses.

Many Rhode Islanders have been impacted by the weather conditions of Hurricane Sandy. As a result, homeowners (especially those along the coast) have sustained damage to their property. The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is partnering with Rhode Island United Way’s 2-1-1 to collect reports from homeowners and businesses.

Filing reports via 2-1-1 helps the state to seek disaster assistance for individuals. (Filing a damage report does not, however, guarantee federal or state assistance.) Callers will need to provide demographic information and an overview of the damages to the property or business. 

For regularly updated information on Hurricane Sandy response efforts, visit www.riema.ri.gov or call 211.

 
Patti Weisser November 02, 2012 at 08:58 PM
I"am a Vermonter who was hit hard by Irene last August, I have always loved Rhode Island and want to volunteer if I could be of assistance. Please let me know and help me get connected to whom ever. Gratefully,Patti Weisser

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