Churches now eligible for FEMA flood assistance

The City of Vidor emergency management coordinator, Aleta Cappen, said last week that FEMA recently announced a change in their policy now allows churches to become eligible for disaster assistance as community centers, without regard to their secular or religious nature.

According to a January 2nd, 2018 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) news release, “The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that private nonprofit houses of worship are now eligible for disaster assistance as community centers, without regard to their secular or religious nature.

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